Rani Mukerji all Set to Conduct a Masterclass on Her Illustrious Journey as an Actor at the 14th Indian Film Festival of Melbourne

The Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM) has announced that Rani Mukerji, the talented and celebrated actor, will be conducting an exclusive masterclass on her journey in the film industry. The special event will take place on August 10, 2023, i.e. a day ahead of the 14th Indian Film Festival of Melbourne.

Over these years, Rani Mukerji has made an incredible impact on the Indian film industry, emerging as one of the most revered and beloved actors of the modern-day cinema. From her debut in the late 90’s to her recent works, Rani has always charmed audiences with her impeccable performances and unique choice of roles.

This masterclass by Rani promises to be an engaging session, where she will be in conversation with a live audience of fans and cinephiles. This intimate discussion will surely turn into some of her most iconic roles and films, providing attendees with valuable insights into her art and experiences as an actor.

From her early breakthroughs in films like “Raja Ke Aayegi Baraat” and “Kuch Kuch Hota Hain” to her captivating performances in “Saathiya,” “Yuva,” “Hum Tum,” “Black,” “No One Killed Jessica,” “Mardaani,” and “Hichki,” Mukerji’s career boasts of a plethora of remarkable cinematic achievements.The masterclass will be held at the prestigious Immigration Museum, Melbourne, selected as a fitting tribute to Rani’s latest film “Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway.” In the film, she has brilliantly portrayed the character of an Indian immigrant mother, who’s challenging the Norwegian foster care system and legal machinery after losing custody of her own children. This poignant film has not only resonated with audiences but also earned Rani a Best Actress nomination for the prestigious awards at IFFM 2023, scheduled for August 11th.

Rani Mukerji stated, “I’m honoured to have been invited to the 14th Indian Film Festival of Melbourne. As an actor, I have been fortunate enough to receive incredible love from people in Australia and I’m looking forward to sharing my journey in Indian cinema through a masterclass that I have been invited to conduct.”

She adds, “I think it will be a beautiful experience to connect with my fans and cinephiles during this event. I’m ready to delve into some of the most memorable characters from my filmography and try to peel off layers of emotions and nostalgia attached to those characters and scenes. I’m humbled that the film festival feels such roles and films have had an everlasting impact in the history of Indian cinema and that they should be discussed with audiences, fans and media in Australia.”

The 14th Indian Film Festival of Melbourne is a significant cultural event celebrating Indian cinema which is set to captivate audiences with a diverse range of films and events, including the highly anticipated masterclass by Rani Mukerji.


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