Bollywood News – Rani Mukerji on filmmaking focused on women; says: “ I want my work to tell the world my intention with my cinema brand ”

It is understood that cinema has a profound impact on society and it has definitely tried to help positively project girls on screen. One person who has brought several powerful girls and women to life onscreen is Rani Mukerji and we spoke to the iconic actress about what made her choose these generation-defining roles. Rani Mukerji said, “Cinema has the power to influence societal change and actors have the power to talk to people and sow the thought of positive change through their choice of films. I was fortunate as an artist to have projects that had strong female protagonists and to be honest I also consciously tried to research such projects. Also Read – Rani Mukerji: Black Is One Of My Most Special Movies Because I Really Understood The Value Of Human Life

The actress reveals that she had a specific plan in mind when choosing such roles and films. She added: “I wanted my work to tell the world what my intention was with my brand of cinema, with my roles, and today I’m glad I chose well. I say this because I wanted to do my part to shift the stereotypical gaze of society towards women. Also Read – Black Song: Yeh Hai Mohabbatein’s Guru Randhawa and Krishna Mukherjee Reunite for Heartbreaking Romantic Song

Rani’s work is extremely inspiring and she is famous for having the courage to constantly choose roles well ahead of time. She explained, “Most of the characters I played like Rhea from Hum Tum, Shashi from Yuva, Roshni from Talaash, Suhani from Saathiya, Saamiya from Veer-Zaara, Michelle in black, Meera from No One Killed Jessica, Shivani in Mardaani, Naina in Hichki and many others, have hopefully helped project women as strong, independent and forward-thinking people who are not afraid to follow their hearts and do what they want. should. Also Read – Salman Khan Makes a Stylish Entry to Baba Siddique’s Iftaar Party – see photos

The versatile genius is a satisfied artist because of her choices. Rani Mukerji underlined: “I am proud to have been part of such a cinema which tried to properly project women. Movies can play a big role in changing societal notions, bringing about the right change. “

On National Girls’ Day, Rani believes that cinema has the power to spark more positive change that could benefit women. She concluded: “By showing girls well, the cinema has definitely tried to help show how girls can be so much more than what society wanted them to be. I know there is still a lot of work to be done and that films can do a lot, a lot more to trigger the right thoughts, the right conversations about equality, parity, women’s independence. I have confidence in my industry that we will all try to do our best in this regard.

And we’re proud of you, Rani Mukerji, for the kind of work you do.

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