RANI MUKERJI: HICHKI HAS BROKEN THE PERCEPTION THAT MARRIED ACTRESSES ARE DEAD COMMODITY
In an industry where the mindset is that marriage ends the filmy career of actresses. There are actresses who successfully managed to change this perception in the recent times. With her last week release Hichki, Rani Mukerji dismissed the notion of married female actors not finding takers in the audience.
In an interview given to Mid-day Rani said, “I think the definition of success with this film, for me, is the fact that it has broken the perception that married actresses, or actresses who are making their comeback after motherhood do not work and are a dead commodity. After this, I hope more women come out and work in movies.”
After 5 days of its release, Hichki has earned over Rs 20 crore on which actress said, “The film has not only entertained but also made a difference in people’s lives. Thanks to social media, I am able to gauge the reactions from the aam junta who have loved the film.”
The actress made her comeback after three years in Bollywood with Siddharth P Malhotra-directorial venture, Hichki where she plays a teacher suffering from Tourette syndrome.
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