I Can’t Give A Sibling To My Daughter


Rani Mukherjee on her miscarriage: 'I can't give my daughter a sibling'

Rani Mukherjee at an event. (courtesy:ramcharan)>yashrajfilmtalent)

New Delhi:

Rani Mukherjee, who spoke about her miscarriage at the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne last year, once again spoke about her traumatic experience in an interview with Galata India. Rani Mukherjee revealed that she tried for a second child for almost seven years. Speaking to Galatta India, Rani said, “Of course, it is difficult. I tried for another child for almost seven years. My daughter is eight years old now, and I tried when she was one and a half years old. For my second, and I kept trying, and eventually I got pregnant and then I lost the baby. Obviously, it was a very testing time for me. And also, I'm not very young, though. “I look young.”

Rani said, “I'm about to turn 46, this is not the age where I can have a child. It's sad for me that I can't give my daughter a sibling, and that makes me really sad.” It happens. But we have to always be grateful for what we have. For me, Adira is my miracle child, and I'm really happy that I have her. I'm working on that, and I I am telling myself that yes, Adira is enough.”

Rani Mukerji first spoke about her miscarriage during the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne 2023. The actress revealed that she was pregnant for the second time in 2020 and lost her baby just five months into the pregnancy. “Maybe this is the first time I am making this revelation because in today's world every aspect of your life is discussed publicly, and talking about your film to attract more attention becomes an agenda. Obviously, when I didn't talk about it, Business Today quoted Rani Mukherjee as saying, “I was promoting the film because it felt like I was trying to speak about a personal experience. Which will take the film forward.

Rani Mukherjee recalled, “After losing my child, maybe 10 days later, Nikhil (Nikhil Advani) would have called me. He told me about the story (Mrs. Chatterjee vs. Norway) and I immediately… It wasn't like I did it.” To feel the feeling of losing a child, but sometimes there's a movie at the right time based on what you're personally going through so you can instantly connect with it. When I heard the story, I couldn't believe it. I never thought that an Indian family in a country like Norway would have to do all this.”

Rani Mukherjee is popular for films like Hello Brother, Har Dil Jo Pyar Karega, Pyaar Deewana Hota Hai, Chalo Ishq Ladaye, Chori Chori, LOC: Kargil to name a few. He is married to Aditi Chopra since 2014. They are the parents of daughter Adira.

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