Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway Review & Ratings | Hit Or Flop?

Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway Review: Mrs. Chatterjee Vs. Norway marks Rani Mukerji’s return to the silver screen after over two years as one of the finest actors in Indian film. This film is based on the lives of Anurup Bhattacharya and Sagarika, an Indian couple. The film’s trailer has produced enough hype, and the filmmakers have effectively promoted the film, so that the public is now aware of this horrible event. The film has now been released, so let’s find out if it’s worth watching.

Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway Review


Debika (Rani Mukerji) and her husband Mr. Chatterjee reside in Norway; she has two children, Shub and Suchi, and a happy life. A plot twist occurs when a daycare worker abducts Debika’s children and she subsequently learns that they are in the custody of the Child Care Service of Norway due to poor parenting. Deibka starts battling for justice and ultimately, did Debika gets justice? The remainder of the plot.

Cast & Crew

Rani Mukerji, Kristjan Anirban Bhattacharya, Jim Sarbh, Neena Gupta, and others. The film is directed by Ashima Chibber, and its music was performed by Amit Trivedi. It was produced by Monisha Advani, Nikkhil Advani, and Madhu Bhojwani under the brand of Zee Studios and Emmay Entertainments.

Movie NameMrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway
DirectorAshima Chibber
Music DirectorAmit Trivedi
ProducerMonisha Advani, Nikkhil Advani, and Madhu Bhojwani
GenreDrama, Thriller
CastRani Mukerji, Kristjan Anirban Bhattacharya, Jim Sarbh, Neena Gupta
Cinematography Alvar Kõue


Mrs. Chatterjee vs. Norway is based on the true story of an Indian couple’s 11-year battle with the Norwegian authorities for custody of their children. There are numerous actual incidents that have rocked the entire nation, and this is one of them; nevertheless, no one is aware of this awful incident that occurred in 2011.

The film begins slowly with establishing the plot and important characters; the initial drama becomes tedious after a certain point, but the film becomes interesting when a daycare worker takes Debika’s children when she goes out. As Debika discovers that her children are in the Child Welfare Services (CWS) of Norway, the audience’s tolerance is tested and we become emotionally immersed in the plot. The first half is uneven, but the second half is riveting, as Debika fights for her children in front of the Norwegian government. Despite the film’s brisk pace, a healthy dose of emotion will make you connect with the story, and it is surely emotional.

Rani Mukerji does a great job as mother Debika. She makes the character seem real and is also very good in emotional scenes. Anirban Bhattacharya is good, Jim Sarbh has less screen presence but is impressed with this fine performance, Neena Gupta did her part well, and the rest of the cast did their best.

Ashima Chibber should be praised for writing this shocking story to show how hard a mother works and fights for her children. Even with the story’s flaws, she won a lot of people over by telling this story and showing how the mother felt so well on screen.

Technically, Mrs. Chatterjee Vs. Norway is good. Amit Trivedi’s songs aren’t up to par, but he was happy with his background score, and the rest of the technical team did their best.

Overall, Mrs. Chatterjee vs. Norway is a movie with a lot of ups and downs that can be enjoyed by all kinds of people.

Plus Points:

  • Rani Mukerji
  • Cinematography
  • Background Music

Minus Points:

  • Slow Narration
  • Writing
  • Dialogues

Rating: 2.75/5

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