Rani Mukherjee says it's 'painful' she can't have daughter Adira: 'I tried for a second child for 7 years'

Rani Mukherjee

Rani Mukherjee turned 46 last Thursday. In an interview with Galata India , the actor revealed the deep pain she feels due to a miscarriage a few years ago. She said she found it "painful" she could not give her eight-year-old daughter Adira a sibling. 

What did the Queen say?
“I tried for seven years for my second child. My daughter is now 8 years old. Soon after, I tried for my second child. I kept trying. I finally got pregnant, and then I lost the baby.

“Obviously, it was a testing time for me,” Rani said. She recently opened up about having a miscarriage during the pandemic, just before she was offered her latest film, Mrs Chatterjee Versus Norway, a film about motherhood, which ran successfully in theaters the other day. Year.

The Queen also said her age was a major reason for her miscarriage. But she is learning to deal with loss. “This is not the age where I can have a second child. And it's sad for me that I can't give my daughter siblings.

This makes me really sad. But then I think we really should always be grateful for what we have and what we don't have. To me Adira is my miracle child. And I'm really glad I have that because I see parents who are struggling even for a child.

So I think I should be grateful for what I have. It's a saying, but it takes a lot of courage to actually act on it and believe that you should be grateful for what you have. Just be content with what you have. That's why I'm working on it. I am telling myself that yes, Adira is enough,” she said.

About Adira
Rani and her filmmaker-husband Aditya Chopra's daughter Adira was born on December 9, 2015.

Since then, they've kept her face away from the paparazzi and social media. Talking about the workfront, Rani is writing a memoir in which she will talk in detail about her relationship with Aditya Chopra.

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