Actor Rani Mukerji stepped out in Mumbai yesterday to promote her film Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway. The actor chose a black and white printed saree for the occasion from the shelves of designer Masaba Gupta's eponymous label House of Masaba. The black saree features a bold 'Maa' print in Hindi on the pallu and makes a strong statement about her film. It is a story about an immigrant Indian mother's battle against the Norwegian foster care system and local legal machinery to win the custody of her children.
On Tuesday, Rani Mukerji promoted her film Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway in Mumbai. The actor is known for her breezy sartorial sense, mostly populated with beauteous six yards. She has a vast collection of sarees, ranging from trusted cotton drapes, Kanjeevarams, sequinned numbers, embroidered net, and more. And her most recent outing showed her dressed in a Chanderi Mul and raw silk saree. She paired it with a signature black-coloured blouse piece.
Rani accessorised the drape with oxidised silver jhumkis, statement rings, and high heels. In the end, Rani chose mauve lip shade, darkened brows, a dainty black bindi, kohl-lined eyes, sleek eyeliner, mascara on the lashes, subtle eye shadow, a dewy base, rouged cheekbones, and a contoured face for the glam picks.