Rani Mukerji got married to Aditya Chopra in 2014, and they now have a daughter named Adira. Throughout their relationship, the couple has chosen to keep their love story private. However, Rani recently opened up about her married life with Aditya during an interaction with Film Companion.
According to Rani, one of the best things about relationships is the element of surprise. She mentioned that she tries her best to shock Aditya every day, revealing a new side of herself to him. Aditya seems to enjoy the spontaneity, and she jokingly referred to him as “Bechara,” meaning someone who is helpless or overwhelmed by the surprising experiences. Rani believes that being simple can be boring, so she enjoys adding excitement and variety to their daily lives.
She said, ” The best thing about relationships is that you need to shock your partner every day, and I shock Adi every day. It’s like every day he sees a new me. He is like, ‘I don’t know what is coming today’. So that is good. He is really bechara (helpless) and simple. It is boring to be simple, so I like to make him… He is always like, ‘Aaj kya hoga ?’ So, he tells me ‘For me, it is like I am every day putting on a new channel. One day it is comedy, one day it is drama. One day it is violence’. One day it is romance, of course. So it is like a different movie each day; it is nice.”
Rani and Aditya also have a tradition of going on movie dates every Friday, which they still continue to do. This shows that despite their busy schedules, they make an effort to spend quality time together and enjoy each other’s company.
On the professional front, Rani’s most recent film was “Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway,” directed by Ashima Chibber. The movie was released on March 17, 2023, and starred Anirban Bhattacharya, Neena Gupta, and Jim Sarbh.
In summary, Rani Mukerji spoke about her married life with Aditya Chopra, emphasizing the importance of keeping their relationship exciting and surprising. They continue to go on movie dates every Friday, and Rani recently appeared in the film “Mrs. Chatterjee vs Norway.”