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‘Adi forced me back to work’

DNMUM385237 | 3/21/2017 | Author : Sarita A Tanwar | WC :2234

Rani Mukerji on motherhood, her upcoming film, her bond with daughter Adira and her belief that men become good fathers by default
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It’s been two years since I last met Rani Mukerji. She took a break from the life she knew to concentrate on the life she made — Adira. She was immersed in motherhood, and movies were nowhere in the picture (excuse the pun). Now that the queen has committed to a film, she is coming out of her self-imposed exile.
Today, March 21, is her birthday, and she will be working today. A day before her big day, I met the luminous Rani sitting on her throne (okay, chair) in her cabin in YRF studio. The vibe of her office space is warm and friendly, an extension of her own personality. From the colours of the furnishing to the posters of her films on the wall, it’s her domain, alright. And there’s an extra-special place in her world
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