In 2004, her performances in the hit Hum Tum and the critically acclaimed Yuva earned her the Best Actress and the Best Supporting Actress awards at the Filmfare ceremony, making her the first actress to win two major awards in the same year. She later received unanimous praise for her portrayal of a blind, deaf and mute woman in Black (2005), for which she garnered numerous major awards. Mukerji has since established herself as a leading actress of Hindi cinema.
“No One Killed Jessica” again gave her career a boost..lekin aage kya??? Why such good and beautiful actors like Rani Mukerji, Urmila Matondkar, Preity Zinta can’t be seen on Big Screen frequently, what is the reason, are we Indians always in search for New fresh face or Fresh talent...Quiet a dicey question to answer though, but when we compare Hollywood, the actors of the same age are still a great fame there, there are so many concepts and ideas where this beautiful ladies perfectly fit the bill, they are just as young...and the fact that Life starts at 30’ should be boldly accepted by the Indian Film Industry, and Television
Just dust your minds and coats there ill will be ‘n’ of scripts for these dashing ladies, we want to see more of these beauties on screen… If no I can suggest a number, which will definitely create a cherry buzz ;)