Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway
Director: Ashima Chibber
Writer: Ashima Chibber | Rahul Handa | Sameer Satja
Starring: Rani Mukherjee | Neena Gupta | Jim Sarbh
CULT CRITIC : ★ 7.7
Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway, based on a true story of an Indian woman as she comes down to Norway just to be isolated from her newborn baby, due to cultural differences. Her story of struggle and her motherhood is what makes this movie unique! A film that tells the story of a mother's never-ending struggle to reunite with her children is bound to touch people's hearts. Movie producer Ashima Chibber's film Mrs. Chatterjee Versus Norway stars Rani Mukerji as Debika Chatterjee who is isolated from her two small kids by the Norway Youngsters' Government assistance Program on the appearance of awful nurturing. Mrs. Chatterjee vs. Norway, which is based on a real-life incident that occurred in 2011 and led to a diplomatic dispute between India and Norway, boasts excellent writing and performances, but it is still difficult to watch. It occasionally breaks your heart and even makes you consider the possibilities. Credit ought to be given where it is due to the authors. They get the feelings right and you truly do wind up identifying with the mother and her profound aggravation for being isolated from her kids. Chibber also does a good job of setting up a Bengali household. Mrs. Chatterjee v. Norway ends up being a little uneven. However, this heartbreaking tale's biggest winner is the story. Melodrama is there, but the main story of the movie keeps you hooked. After all, the love a mother has for her children is well-known, but it always makes for a touching story.