Favourites of Rani Mukherjee

Got her first breakthrough with Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998).
Cousin of Kajol, Sharbani Mukherji, Mohnish Bahl and Tanisha. Niece of Joy Mukherjee and Deb Mukherjee.
Indian model.
Father of Rani Mukherjee is a famous director Ram Mukherjee.

Favorite comic of Rani Mukherjee is Archie and Donald Duck
Favorite outfit of Rani Mukherjee is Anything comfortable
Favorite hobby of Rani Mukherjee Dancing
Favorite food of Rani Mukherjee Fish made by her mom.
Favorite gift of Rani Mukherjee Diamond ring her dad gave her.
Her favorite film is 'Titanic' along with that her favorite song is 'My Heart Will Go On' from 'Titanic'.
Favorite Perfume of Rani Mukherjee Polo Sport
Beauty secret of Rani Mukherjee is that she soaks herself with moisturizer. Rani who lost all the extra flab with "a balanced diet and junking sweets", lives on "home-cooked food - dal, roti, salad and soup." Fast food and colas are a no-no, instead it's "nariyal pani, nimbu pani, jal jeera and water."
#Won best actress for 'Hum Tum' in the 50th Filmfare, Screen, Cinegoers, Sports World, 1st GIFA, and Zee Cine awards (2004).
#Won best supporting actress for 'Yuva' in the 50th Filmfare, Screen, Cinegoers, and Sports #World awards (2004).
#Won Sports World and South Africa Awards in the 'Best Supporting Actress' category for Veer-Zaara (2004).
#Won Sports World Jodi of the Year with Saif Ali Khan (2004).
#Only actress on Filmfare power list (2004).
#Considered the # 1 actress according to Taran, Adarsh, Filmfare, Rediff, and Komal Nahta.
#Won a Filmfare award for best supporting actress for 'Kuch Kuch Hota Hai.' Directors then started taking her seriously, and then she signed up to do 22 films.

Date of Birth: March 21, 1978, in West Bengal, India.

Her father, Ram, is a movie director, and other members of her comprehensive family are also successful actors and actresses in the Indian film industry, as well as her cousin Kajol, one more of the top actresses of the country. From Juhu she went to India's film capital, Mumbai, before long after graduating from Maneckjee Cooper High School, to break into Bollywood cinema.

At the age of 14, a mere schoolgirl, Mukerji did a character part role in Bengali film of her father, Biyar Phool (1992). During the year 1994, Salim Akhtar offered her a film called Aa Gale Lag Jaa (1994) but her father was not in favor of it as she was too young. Mukerji turned down the proffer and Urmila Matondkar was cast instead. Two years afterward, Salim Akhtar came up with one more offer and insisted on her playing the central character of Raja Ki Ayegi Baraat (1997). After a long argument with her father, she settled to do the film.

When the film was abortive at the box office, Mukerji returned to college to complete her education. She changed the English transliteration of her surname from Mukherjee to Mukerji quite a lot of years ago. At the time, it was reported that she did this for numerological reasons. In recent times, she has claimed that numerology was not unease, her name had been put down as Mukherji on her passport, and she wished to complement her name and her passport. She is the first actor to ever win both the Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress trophies in a single year (2005) at the Film fare. Two movies in which she appeared have been India's entry to the Academy Awards. Paheli (2005) was the official entry for the 2006 Oscars. Hey Ram (2000) was an earlier entry. She appeared at the Closing Ceremony of the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, as part of a presentation showcasing Indian culture, on behalf of the 2010 Commonwealth Games, to be held in New Delhi.

Films of Rani Mukherjee

Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (2006)
Black (2005)
Bunty Aur Babli (2005)
Bunty Aur Babli (2005)
Paheli (2005)
The Rising: Ballad of Mangal Pandey (2005)
Hum Tum (2004)
Veer-Zaara (2004)
Yuva (2004)
Chalte Chalte (2003)
Mujhse Dosti Karoge (2002)
Pyaar Diwana Hota Hai (2002)
Saathiya (2002)
Bas Itna Sa Khwaab Hai (2001)
Chori Chori Chupke Chupke (2001)
Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham (2001)
Hadh Kar Di Aapne (2000)
Har Di Jo Pyar Karega (2000)
Har Dil Jo Pyar Karega (2000)
Hey! Ram (2000)
Kahin Pyaar Na Ho Jaaye (2000)
Ghulam (1998)

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