Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway a Bollywood drama movie directed by Ashima Chibber and produced by Zee Studios and Emmay Entertainment. Rani Mukerji, Anirban Bhattacharya, Neena Gupta, and Jim Sarbh are playing lead roles in this movie. Amit Trivedi is composing the music for this movie. The movie based on the true story of an Indian couple, an adaptation based on the mother’s – Sagarika Chakraborty’s autobiography. Whose children taken away from them by the Norwegian Childcare system (Barnevernet) in 2011. The movie scheduled to release on 17 March 2023. Here get the details about Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway movie news and updates.
Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway Movie Trailer
Rani Mukherjee returns to the big screen with the film ‘Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway’, set to released on March 17 this year. The trailer of the film launched on February 23 and has generated a lot of buzz around the movie, which is based on the real-life story of an Indian woman defiantly standing up to the Norwegian government to reunite with her children.
The film’s trailer starts with Mrs Chatterjee (Mukerji) shown enjoying her life with her husband and two kids, Shubh and Shuchi in Oslo. Life is good until one day, the government officials come and snatch Chatterjee’s kids away from her. The trailer captures the subsequent breakdown, the roller coaster of emotions and a mother’s crying plea to reunite with her little children. While the trailer gives us a glimpse into the film which is set to release on March 17, here’s the story of Sagarika Chakraborty whose heart-breaking experience made headlines across the world.
The infamous battle of the Indian couple against Norway took place in 2011 in which the child welfare service, called Barnevarne, took away their two kids and placed them in foster care. Chakraborty had never stepped outside of Birati in West Bengal before moving out of the country to Norway with her geophysicist husband Anurup Bhattacharya. The couple’s life was turned upside down when the Child Welfare Services (CWS) took their kids on the ground of “neglect and emotional disconnect”. The children were to remain in custody until they turned 18.