Rani Mukherjee comes from a film-situated group of Bengali roots. Her dad, Ram Mukherjee, is a former director and one of the initiators of “Filmalaya Studios”. Her mom, Krishna Mukherjee, was a playback vocalist. Her sibling, Raj Mukherjee is a moviemaker, presently turned into a director. Her maternal auntie, Debashree Roy, was a Bengali-film actress, and her cousin, Kajol, is also a Bollywood star.
Rani Mukherjee is an edified Odissi artist and started learning the dance in 10th grade. Rani Mukerjee got early education at Maneckjee Cooper High School in Juhu and later enlisted at Mithibai College in Mumbai.
While in school at 14 years old, Rani Mukherjee made an appearance in her dad’s Bengali film Biyar Phool (1992). In 1994, Salim Akhtar, a family ally, offered Rani Mukherjee a film called Aa Gale Lag Jaa (1994) however her dad was against it as she wasn’t old enough. Rani Mukerjee turned down the offer and Urmila Matondkar played the character instead.
After two years, Salim Akhtar offered Rani Mukherjee to play the leading character in Raja Ki Ayegi Baraat (1997). After a meaningful conversation with her dad, she consented to do the film. At the point when the film was fruitless in the cinema world, Rani Mukerjee got back to school to finish her schooling.
Rani Mukherjee’s first commercial accomplishment was the action movie Ghulam (1998). Kuch Hota Hai (1998) gave a kick start to her career. Following a concise mishap, the year 2002 denoted a defining moment for her when she was projected by Yash Raj Films as the star of the dramatization Saathiya.