Rani Mukerji’s ‘Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway’ Now Streaming on Netflix – A Tale Based on True Events!

Rani Mukerji's 'Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway' Now Streaming on Netflix - A Tale Based on True Events!


“Mrs. Chatterjee vs. Norway” is a genuine story of an Indian couple who resided in Norway and had their children taken away by Norwegian authorities is the inspiration for the Rani Mukerji-starring film, based on the true events. The movie received positive reviews from critics and performed well at the box office. It is currently accessible via streaming on Netflix.

The movie “Mrs Chatterjee vs. Norway” is currently ranked second in India’s movies section on Netflix, and has experienced substantial growth. Ashima Chibber’s film uncovers the heartbreaking tale of Debika Chatterjee (played by Rani Mukerji), who battled for custody of her children after they were taken from her by the Norway Children’s Welfare Programme on the grounds of alleged neglect. The video throws light on Norway’s contentious Child Welfare Services and was inspired by Sagarika Chakraborty’s actual situation.

Audiences identify with the movie because it depicts the difficulties mothers in comparable circumstances experience. The woman played by Debika Chatterjee tackles not only the stigma of being classified as mentally unfit but also the idea that she is a negligent and irresponsible mother. Based on the autobiography “The Journey of a Mother” by Sagarika Chakraborty, the movie reflects the challenges of raising young children in a foreign country without a support system or domestic help.

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With the release of “Mrs. Chatterjee vs. Norway” on Netflix, Rani Mukerji shares her joy and excitement. She thinks the movie is incredibly special and is thrilled that more people will now be able to watch it owing to the streaming service on a global scale. The fact that the movie’s Netflix debut occurs over Mother’s Day weekend makes it all the more significant. According to Shariq Patel, Chief Business Officer of Zed Studios, the film enjoyed a successful theatrical run for more than 50 days all across the world. He is delighted that the film is now available on Netflix, giving people globally a fresh and inspiring way to recognize mothers.


The movie “Mrs. Chatterjee vs. Norway” appeals to viewers because it explores the challenges of raising children in a foreign country when domestic help is not as easily accessible as it is in India. The movie provides a glimpse into the difficulties and emotional hardships that families working with the Norwegian daycare system (Barnevernet) face.

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