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Rani Mukerji, a famous Bollywood actress, recently opened up about a difficult experience in her life. On her 46th birthday, Rani shared with Galatta India the emotional pain she carries from a miscarriage she had a few years ago.

Rani started her acting career in a supporting role for a movie in 1996. But it was the movie "Kuch Kuch Hota Hai" in 1998 that truly made her known and respected by everyone. Her performance earned her an award for Best Supporting Actress. After that success, Rani went on to become a leading Bollywood star, acting in many popular films.

Rani feels very sad because she wanted to have a second child to give her daughter, Adira, a sibling to play with. She tried for seven years to get pregnant again after having Adira, who is eight years old now. "It was a very challenging time for me," Rani said.

The miscarriage happened during the pandemic, right before Rani was offered a role in her latest movie, "Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway." Rani shared that her age makes it difficult to have another baby. "What hurts the most is that I can't give Adira a brother or sister," she said.

Rani acknowledges that she should be grateful for what she has. "There are couples struggling to even have one child," she said. "So, I should be thankful for Adira. It's easy to say 'be grateful' but it takes strength to truly believe it and be happy with what you have. I'm working on that. I keep reminding myself that Adira is enough."

About Rani's Career

Rani is known for being a versatile actress who has played many different characters throughout her career. She's acted in love stories, dramas, comedies, and more. Some of her well-known movies include "Ghulam," "Saathiya," "Hum Tum," "Veer-Zaara," "Black," the "Mardaani" series, and her recent film "Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway."

Rani married filmmaker Aditya Chopra in 2014, and they have a daughter, Adira, together. Rani and Aditya have chosen to protect their daughter's privacy and keep her away from the media and public attention.

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