Rani Mukherji on nepotism: When I got into films, my dad wasn’t a very successful producer or director

“My mum wanted me to be an actor, I actually agreed to her wish. My father was very against my mum’s wish. “I told my mum she should reconsider as I will make a fool of myself. But I can always try for a second child,” Rani said at the India Today Conclave East 2017 on Friday. When I went for the first day of the shoot for Hichki, I found it so easy. People have come from non-filmy background and made it big in Bollywood.”
On her next film Hichki, she said: “The two years’ break I took for my baby, I told my director I might not do it. I asked him I don’t know if I can act. I can’t have a huge family as I think I have missed the bus. On the issue of nepotism, the daughter of late filmmaker Ram Mukerji, said: “I wouldn’t say I had a soft landing. We have to sweat it out and work in all kinds of environment and wait for the audience to accept you or not accept you. Related News
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Published: November 24, 2017 7:18 pm

Rani Mukherji shared her views on the ongoing nepotism debate. He was not very keen that I join films because he has been in the industry for so long. And (thought) I should never forget that this is who I am.”
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© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd My conversation with Adi is all about love and Adira. In the film industry, you get where you get because of your talent and merit. And then, there was no looking back,” said Rani. When I got into films, my dad wasn’t a very successful producer or director.