Rani Mukerji’s Heartwarming Weekly Movie Date Ritual With Aditya Chopra

In an exclusive interview, Rani Mukerji expresses her profound fondness for watching films in theatres. She also unveils a heartwarming weekly ritual that she has continued to share with her filmmaker husband Aditya Chopra.

Embracing The Theatrical Experience

 In an exclusive interview, Bollywood star Rani Mukerji expresses her fondness for theatrical films and opens up about a heartwarming tradition she shares with her husband Aditya Chopra. Despite their busy schedules, the couple has maintained a weekly movie date ritual, relishing the joy of watching films together in cinemas. This tradition holds a special place in their relationship, and even when they're outside India, they make it a point to embrace the magic of holding hands in public theaters.

Rani Mukerji’s admiration for theatrical films is no secret. She reveals her preference for watching movies on the big screen over home-based OTT platforms. The actress shared that her most cherished time with Aditya Chopra is when they embark on their weekly movie date.

A Consistent Tradition

“This is something that we continue to do every Friday,” Rani shares. While in Mumbai, the couple frequents the Yash Raj Films studio for their movie outings. Even when outside India, they ensure to relish the experience by watching movies at public theatres.

Holding Hands Across Continents

“When we are outside India, we go everywhere, it is lovely to hold hands and all. It’s quite nice,” Rani adds, highlighting the warmth and intimacy of their movie dates. Aditya Chopra still maintains a connection with Mumbai’s iconic Gaiety Galaxy theatre.

A Journey Through Their Relationship

Rani and Aditya’s relationship has stood the test of time. After dating, they exchanged vows at a private Bengali ceremony in Italy in 2014. The following year, they welcomed their daughter Adira. The actress bravely shared her experience of a miscarriage in 2020 during her second pregnancy.

Rani’s Workfront

Rani Mukerji’s career has been marked by versatile roles, and her recent legal drama film “Mrs. Chatterjee vs. Norway” adds to her impressive filmography. Inspired by a real-life story, the movie sheds light on an Indian couple’s struggle with Norwegian authorities in 2011. While currently not committed to any project, Rani expresses her eagerness to don the role of Shivani Shivaji Roy once again in “Mardaani 3.”

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