BFFs With Vogue: Rani Mukerji spills the beans on her relationship with Aditya Chopra, upcoming movie Hichki
Rani Mukerji is all set to make a comeback with the upcoming movie Hichki. Directed by Sidharth P Malhotra and produced by Aditya Chopra under the banner of Yash Raj Films, Rani Mukerji plays a teacher having Tourette syndrome.
On the latest episode of BFFs With Vogue, we saw Rani Mukerji with her longtime friend and frequent collaborator Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Hosted by Neha Dhupia, BFFs With Vogue brings together two well-known personalities, who also happen to be close friends, to talk about their careers, family and personal lives, and their own interesting stories.
On this episode, Rani Mukerji talks about her Italian wedding, her relationship with husband and big-time producer Aditya Chopra, and about her long and illustrious career.
When asked about how she met Aditya Chopra, Rani said, "After having faced failure for a couple of my films, luckily Mujhse Dosti Karoge happened and that’s when I met Adi first time professionally. He told me that I’m doing a couple of crap films and that people have pressured him not to take me because they think you don’t have the equity for a Yash Raj film but Adi had belief in my talent and me and thought that I was good for the part. My mother and I have been very upfront people always and I like frankness and openness so I like the fact that he was on my face."
Rani also talked about her husband’s shy nature. She said, “It’s not as if he is paranoid about the cameras. He just doesn’t want to be photographed.” She also said, “He had told me after our marriage, ‘God when I fell in love with you, I didn’t stop to think that I was in love with an actress. Now, because of you, people are attaching my pictures to yours as well'.”
When Neha asked Rani if she curses and abuses, she replied saying, "Yes, I do. I curse my husband every day; I abuse my husband every day (laughs)!"
Rani Mukerji also talked about her daughter and made it clear that she doesn't want Adira to be a victim of constant media attention. “I want Adira to grow up normally. You get unwanted and undeserved attention without having achieved anything in life. I want Adira to be treated like any other child in school. Aditya and I don’t want her to be photographed constantly,” she said.
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Updated Date: Feb 19, 2018 12:52 PM