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 Rani Mukherjee is a powerhouse of talent. From Black to Veer Zaara, here are the best Rani Mukherjee movies of all time that show why she is the real superstar of Bollywood.

With a career spanning over 22 years, Rani Mukherjee has given us multiple heart-touching performances. As we await the release of Rani’s upcoming film, here’s the list of her best movies that won our hearts.

Rani’s versatility as an actress is evident in her ability to seamlessly transition from intense dramas to light-hearted comedies. She has also played a variety of characters, from a bubbly college girl to a fierce police officer. With her talent and dedication, Rani Mukherjee has cemented her place as one of Bollywood’s most accomplished actresses. Here are some of the best Rani Mukherjee movies of all time that show why she is a powerhouse of talent 

Best Rani Mukherjee Movies Of All Time

Best Rani Mukherjee Movies Of All Time

1. Laga Chunri Mein Daag

The two female leads in Pradeep Sarkar’s film, Rani Mukherjee and Konkona Sen Sharma, gave strong performances despite the film’s negative reception. In their roles, these two women displayed a range of abilities. The movie might not have been a box-office success, but these acting powerhouses still managed to make viewers cry.

2. Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna

In this Rani Mukerji film, directed by Karan Johar, the topic of betrayal and the notion that it is safer to leave a relationship than to stay in it as it approaches its natural end – were both tackled. Rani plays the role of a primary school teacher married to her childhood best friend. Despite the fact that her spouse is amazing, she comes to the conclusion that she does not love him after meeting football player Dev (Shah Rukh Khan). It was a delicate and nuanced movie about a woman torn between devotion, guilt, and love

3. No One Killed Jessica

The biographical thriller was inspired by the real-life murder case of Jessica Lal. In the movie, Rani Mukerji played TV news reporter Meera Gaity, who covered the tragedy, while Vidya Balan portrayed Jessica Ali’s sister Sabrina. Rani’s portrayal as a journalist who goes above and beyond in her pursuit of justice had hints of empathetic and compassionate overtones. She even received the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress in recognition of her work.

4. Bunty and Babli

Only Rani Mukerji has the talent to transform a fictional character into a national superstar overnight. Every Indian girl’s wardrobe was inspired by Rani’s Babli, which became a cult favorite. Rani had a ground-breaking performance as Vimmi (Babli), portraying the multidimensional character in a Patiala salwar and kurti. Vimmi was fearlessly outspoken and adorably charming, but she also showed incredible depth when the lives of her family were in danger.

5. Mehndi

“Mehndi” directed by Hamid Ali Khan was released in 1998. Despite having a strong female lead, the movie did not make a lot of money at the time. In spite of its potential, the film’s feminism now appears flawed and problematic. The film’s morality is at odds with the story of a woman’s battle with her evil in-laws and eventual victory.

Pooja (Rani Mukherjee), a young professional, weds Niranjan (Faraaz Khan). The situation at first seems regular, but Niranjan and his family are ruthless extortionists who only want a “bahu” to mistreat her. They torture Pooja because her father won’t give Niranjan the Rs. 10 lakhs. Rani Mukerji, despite the film’s flaws, shines in the role.

Best Rani Mukherjee Movies Of All Time

6. Hum Tum

The movie “Hum Tum” redefined conventional Indian romance by dispelling assumptions about second chances at love. In the Best Actress category of the Cinema Awards, Rani received two nominations for her legendary performance as Riya

7. Veer Zara

The movie is an international love story. Rani portrays Saamiya Siddiqui, an inexperienced lawyer who works in a Lahore prison and defends a former rebel leader from India, played by Shah Rukh Khan. Rani Mukerji’s acting was remarkable in the movie and stunned the audience.

8. Black

One of Rani Mukerji’s best performances, Black, has an 8.2-star rating on IMDb. A deaf-blind student’s relationship with an alcoholic instructor was the subject of the 2005 film by Sanjay Leela Bhansali, which starred Amitabh Bachchan and Rani Mukerji. Widespread praise for Rani’s acting was in line with the movie’s critical and financial success.

9. Aiyya

It was deemed a genuine disaster, but this masala film is funny. Starting with Meenaxi’s dream-classic white gigantic goggles, which she wears throughout the entire movie, the humor is unexpectedly funny. The story is always fresh thanks to her eccentric family, especially her mother, and grandmother, and her extraordinary sense of smell. The plot is not overshadowed by Nana and Maina’s silliness or irritation. Despite the lyrics being on the brink of being rude, the tunes are catchy. When you have the chance, watch this movie, and don’t be put off by the lack of logic.

10. Talaash

The unresolved death of a well-known actor in an odd vehicle accident served as the basis for Rani Mukerji’s psychological thriller Talaash. Aamir Khan, Rani Mukerji, and Kareena Kapoor Khan played the main characters in the movie. The film was directed by Reema Kagti. Rani portrays a homemaker who is mourning the loss of her son. Even though the movie wasn’t necessarily a hit, Rani’s emotional performance and those of the other cast members received appreciation all around.

Best Rani Mukherjee Movies Of All Time

11. Nayak

In S Shankar’s political action film, Anil Kapoor plays the honorable journalist Shivaji Rao. He reveals Amrish Puri’s corruption and plays the role of Maharashtra’s Chief Minister for a day. Despite the fact that Anil was the film’s star, Rani Mukerji delivered an outstanding performance.

12. Yuva

The “Original Queen of Bollywood” is frequently associated with the concept of adaptability. Because of its thrilling plot and expert direction by Mani Ratnam, Yuva is considered a cult masterpiece. The public and the critics both praised and appreciated Rani’s performance as Kolkatan housewife Sashi Biswas in the movie.

13. Saathiya

For her role in Shaad Ali’s movie Saathiya, Rani Mukerji won a “Best Actress” award. One of the most magnificent love dramas to come out of Bollywood, the film is still praised for redefining contemporary relationships.

14. Paheli

Paheli is a cinematic epic that was adapted from a short story by author Vijayadhan Detha. Not only does Rani look lovely in the movie, but she also perfectly portrays Lacchi.

15. Bombay Talkies

In order to celebrate Bollywood, Bombay Talkies (BT) deviates from the genre’s established rules. In this project, the four directors throw around concepts like happy endings, skin-tight gender stereotypes, and loving families. Karan Johar also ventures outside of his comfort zone by penning a bold and subtly heartbreaking story about a couple and the jovial homosexual guy who enters their lives. Randeep Hooda, Saqib Saleem, and especially Rani Mukerji all give outstanding performances in the movie.

16. Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway

Rani’s recent hard-hitting movie – Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway – is based on a real-life story of a mother who fought against the Norwegian foster care system to get her kids back. Rani’s character – Mrs. Chatterjee –  is inspired by Sagarika Bhattacharya, who fought a very long legal battle against a whole country to win the custody of her kids back. After watching the movie, many felt it was Rani’s finest performance so far. 

Hope you enjoyed our list capturing Rani Mukherjee’s Best Movies. Which one is your favorite Rani movie? Let us know in the comments below. 

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