The Rani Mukerji-starrer “Mrs. Chatterjee vs. Norway” depicts the story of a distressed mother who loses custody of her two children, as the Norwegian government deems their upbringing unsuitable. Despite average box office earnings, the film is now set to premiere on an OTT platform.
Based on the true account of an Indian couple whose children were taken away by the Norwegian daycare system, the movie draws inspiration from the mother’s autobiography, titled “The Journey of a Mother.” The movie created a lot of buzz and now the highly anticipated movie is finally available for streaming on Netflix.
Netflix announced the release of the movie with the caption,“A fearless mother, her unwavering love for her children and a relentless fight. Watch Rani Mukerji take on the world in Mrs. Chatterjee vs Norway, now streaming on Netflix.”
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Here’s how people reacted to the Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway movie:
“Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway” is a thought-provoking and emotionally charged movie that centers around a mother’s fierce determination to reunite with her child who has been taken away by Norwegian authorities. The movie tells the story of Anuradha Chatterjee (played by Lekha Prajapati), an Indian mother who lives in Norway with her young son, who is taken away from her by the Child Welfare Services. Mrs. Chatterjee embarks on a legal battle against the Norwegian government to reclaim her child and bring him back to India.
The movie portrays the depth of a mother’s love for her child and the lengths she would go to protect and fight for her family. It highlights the struggle of many immigrant mothers who face similar battles against the authorities in foreign countries. “Mrs. Chatterjee vs Norway” is an inspiring movie that celebrates the spirit of motherhood and the power of a mother’s love. It is a perfect movie to watch on Mother’s Day to honor and appreciate the sacrifices and struggles that mothers go through for their children.
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