Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway box office day 1 collection: Rani Mukerji's film opens at ₹1.27 crore
It is inspired from a true story of a mom, who fought against a country, to get back her children
Rani Mukerji's emotional drama Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway released in theatres on Friday amid positive reviews.
The film opened at ₹1.27 crore and is expected to gain from positive word of mouth during the weekend.
It is inspired from a true story of a mom, who fought against a country, to get back her children.
Sharing the opening day collections, film trade analyst Joginder Tuteja tweeted on Saturday, “Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway takes an expected start, brings on ₹1.27 cr on Friday. Should comfortably cross ₹ 2 cr today owing to good reports.”
Directed by Ashima Chibber, Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway, the film stars Rani as Mrs Chatterjee, whose one-year-old and three-year-old kids are taken away by the Norway authorities over grounds of neglect.
The film revolves around how she takes on the Norway government single-handedly to get back her kids.
On the day of the film's release, the Norwegian Ambassador to India, Hans Jacob Frydenlund said in an op-ed that the film incorrectly depicts the country's (Norway's) belief in family life. The Norwegian envoy said that the film has "factual inaccuracies" and the story is a "fictional representation of the case."
Soon after, Sagarika Chakraborty refuted his claims in a video shared by Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway producer Nikkhil Advani.