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Updated March 21st, 2024 at 16:13 IST

Black To No One Killed Jessica: Rani Mukerji Movies That Changed Her Image On Screen

Rani Mukerji is celebrating her 46th birthday today, March 21, and on this occasion, we have listed down her films that changed her on-screen image.

1/5: No One Killed Jessica: Rani Mukerji essayed the role of a fearless crime reporter. Her character was a strong representation of how power can be used correctly to bring justice./ Image: Netflix

2/5: Mardaani: While we still love Rani for her soft roles in KKKG and KKHH, her stunts and fearless role of cop has left us speechless./ Image: Rani Mukerji

3/5: Hitchki: In the film, she suffers from Tourette syndrome which is an unfortunate disease that results in unwanted hiccups at regular intervals that cannot be controlled./ Image: IMDb

4/5: Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway: She was the voice of every mother in this film who has no limits when it comes to protecting her children. / Image: IMDb

5/5: Black: Rani Mukerji essayed the role of Michelle McNally who has had a difficult childhood as she loses both her eyesight and hearing ability at the mere age of two. / Image: IMDb

Published March 21st, 2024 at 16:13 IST