Personal Liife of actresses dont have much to do with real life: Ran Mukherjee




Actress Rani Mukerji, who is currently riding high on the success of her comeback film "Hichki", says age or marital status of an actress has nothing to do with a films failure or success. 


Does Hichki provide enough reason that we need to


Asked if she feels that age and marital status of an actress considered detrimental in the industry, Rani told IANS over phone: "The success of 'Hichki' has changed a lot of that thinking... It is important to understand that the audience is changing. They want to see a good film and a content oriented film... When you give them a good film they don't really care what your martial status is."

Rani, 40, says that the audience wants to be "entertained by films".

"What I am doing in my personal life is none of anyone's business... What I do outside my work is not really important as long as I am doing films and the roles that suit me and the roles which I feel the audience will connect with," she added.


Really Rani? Is that why only 12 people attended the Rani-Aditya wedding? 


When Sabyasachi was asked “How long ago did he know about the wedding (Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma)?”, the designer said he knew about it long enough to make the clothes and added jokingly that he takes three hours to make bridal outfits.


He also said people in his organisation used code names while working on the wedding, to which Rani added: “I think he did a trial with my wedding, so it went smoothly.”


“There was a lot of pressure on Virat and Anushka like there was pressure on Rani and Aditya when they were getting married. I think a good designer is like a good doctor, and a good jeweller should also be like a good doctor. They don’t talk about their patients,” he added.

When Rani was asked how many people attended her wedding, she said: “12”.


The actress is married to Yash Raj Films's head honcho Aditya Chopra. She tied the knot in 2014 and welcomed her first child -- a daughter named Adira in 2015.