Rani Mukerji’s forthcoming autobiography, which is scheduled for release on her birthday, March 21 will make her debut as an author.
Rani said: “In the 25 years I have spent in the Indian film industry, I have never spoken from the heart about my life and cinematic journey. The book delves into the struggles I faced as a woman working in the Film industry and the effect it had on my professional development.”
“I haven’t sat down and taken an introspective look back at my life yet. This memoir is my way of reflecting on my life, beginning with my earliest memories.”
And then she elaborated: “This one goes out to my supporters and all the people who have shown me unconditional love and helped keep me grounded. Next year, when this book comes out on my birthday, I hope they enjoy it as much as I did writing it.”
The memoir is an intimate and frank recounting of Rani’s life experiences. Those who read it will gain unprecedented access to the Bollywood star’s private life.
“For many of us who grew up in the 2000s,” said Bushra Ahmed, Senior Commissioning Editor at HarperCollins India, “Rani Mukerji was everything an actor should be: beautiful, refreshingly different, and a compelling performer.”
An actor whose reputation rests on her strong portrayals of women in film, she “belongs to that time in cinema when stars sparkled on the silver screen without the razzle-dazzle of social media fame.”