MUMBAI: Bollywood actress Rani Mukerji will be seen in an ambitious sequel to 'Mardaani' and she said that it is an important film. She wants the entire nation to watch the film and is glad that the censor board gave it U/A certificate.
Rani said that the film gives an important insight into the crimes happening against women, especially on the social menace caused by juveniles.
The first film also dealt with the trafficking of teenagers and Rani played police officer Shivani Shivaji Roy. She will be reprising the role in this film which will be released on December 13th.
Rani is also confident that the film will work and even if the film fails, it is not the end of the world for her. She will work harder and do another film.
Rani's previous solo release 'Hichki' was a blockbuster conjuring her career after marriage and pregnancy. She vowed to continue her work and as an actress and break stereotypes related to ageism and shelf life.
Mardaani was a hit at the box office and her avatar as an action heroine was well received. The end of December also marks the 15th anniversary of her critically acclaimed film 'Black'. She won two Filmfare awards for her performance as a blind and deaf girl. She lauded director Sanjay Leela Bhansali's vision which brought the film to life.
Rani Mukerji married director and producer Aditya Chopra in 2014 at the time of 'Mardaani's and they have a daughter.
It was Aditya who insisted that she go back to work after having her baby and she did 'Hichki'.