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

Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway Review: Rani Mukerji is one of the finest actors in Indian cinema and almost after two years she is back with this flick called Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway. This film is based on the life of an Indian couple Anurup Bhattacharya and Sagarika. The film has generated enough buzz with its trailer and the makers have promoted the film quite well, and people were now aware of this tragic incident, carrying with the expectations the film, has finally been released and let’s get into the review and find out whether the film is worth watching or not.

Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway Review (2023)

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Debika( Rani Mukerji) and her husband Mr. Chatterjee hail from Kolkatta and live in Norway, Debika has two children Shub and Suchi and she leads a happy life. A twist arises in the tale when a childcare worker took her children and later Debika gets to know that because of wrong parenting, her children are in the custody of the Child Care Service of Norway. Deibka starts fighting for justice and finally, did Debika gets justice? forms the rest of the story.

Cast & Crew

Rani Mukerji, Kristjan Anirban Bhattacharya, Jim Sarbh, Neena Gupta, and others. the movie is directed by Ashima Chibber, Music of this movie is composed by Amit Trivedi and produced by Monisha Advani, Nikkhil Advani, and Madhu Bhojwani on Zee studios & Emmay Entertainments banner combinedly.

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 that an Indian couple who fights for custody of their children with Norway’s government for 11 years. There are many real incidents happens that have shocked the entire nation and this incident is one among them sadly no one is aware of this tragic incident that happened in 2011.

The film starts off slowly with setting up the plot and key character establishments, the initial drama gets boring over a point but the film gets intresting once a childcare worker took Debika’s children when she goes out. The stretched-out scenes test audience’s patience for a while but it makes us invested in the story once Debika gets to know that her children are in Child Welfare Services (CWS) of Norway. The first half dips and rises but the second half makes us glued to the seats, with how Debika fights for her children to the Norway government, and despite the pace of the film, the fair dose of emotion will make you connect with the story and it definitely makes you emotional.

Rani Mukerji does a phenomenal job as mother Debika, the way she brought believability to the character is speechless and she is too good in emotional scenes as well, Anirban Bhattacharya is good, Jim Sarbh has less screen presence but he is impressed with this fine performance, Neena Gupta did her part well and rest of the cast did their best.

Kudos to Ashima Chibber for bringing out this shocking story to tell the world that how a mother struggles, and fights for her children. Keeping aside the narrative flaws, she wins many hearts by telling this story and she brought the mother’s emotion so well onto the screen.

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

Overall, Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway is an emotional roller coaster flick that can be watchable for all sections of audiences.

Plus Points:

  • Rani Mukerji
  • Cinematography
  • Background Music

Minus Points:

  • Slow Narration
  • Writing
  • Dialogues

Rating: 2.75/5

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