When Karan Johar Told Friend Rani Mukerji That He Loved Her Voice

Mar24,2024


When Karan Johar told friend Rani Mukherjee that he loved her voice

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New Delhi:

In a recent interview with Galata India, Rani Mukherjee talked about being dubbed for films in the early years of her career. Slave With Aamir Khan. Talking about his experience, he however also talked about the role of his close friend and director Karan Johar in his career. He was said to be the first director who decided to retain his original voice and not dub over it. He said that when Karan came to know that someone else was dubbing Rani's voice, he was surprised. “I said maybe they don't like my voice. And he said I love your voice; You will dubbing for my film. I'm very glad that Karan, being Karan, took that call. Because even if inside something happens My voice will be dubbed, then it will be very difficult to convince other people to get my voice back,” she said.

Rani Mukherjee, who spoke about her miscarriage at the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne last year, once again spoke about the painful experience in her 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, “Although 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 Mukherjee is popular for films like Hello Brother, Har Dil Jo Pyaar Karega, Pyaar Deewana Hota, Chalo Ishq Ladayein, 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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