Top Ten Rani Mukerji Roles, Ranked

Deepanjana Pal

Black (2005)
As Michelle, the actor filled every on-screen moment with sincerity.

Aiyyaa (2012)
Mukerji was on fire in this thoroughly enjoyable romantic comedy about a middle-class Marathi woman who falls in love with a man ostensibly because of his smell.

Yuva (2004)
Mukerji stood out for playing someone who starts off as passive and is ultimately broken by her circumstances.

No One Killed Jessica (2011)
Mukerji packed a fantastic punch as an arrogant, unrelenting and irrepressible journalist.

 Bunty Aur Babli (2005)
Mukerji was fantastic as Vimmi, bringing grace and good cheer to the role of an ambitious woman who isn’t taken seriously by those around her.

Hey Ram (2000)
Mukerji’s portrayal of Aparna as a passionate Bengali woman who is characterised by sensuality and strength of character, made sure you remembered her for how she was in life.

Hum Tum (2004)
Mukerji’s portrayal of Rhea makes her one of the most relatable and enjoyable performances of a modern Indian woman.

Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (2006)
Mukerji is able to make us care for Maya. She charms us with her watery grins and makes some astoundingly bad dialogues feel poignant.

Mardaani (2014)
Mukerji’s portrayal of Shivani was undeniably charismatic.

Saathiya (2002)
Mukerji claimed the spotlight with her portrayal of Suhani, who is effectively an embodiment of the spirit of Mumbai.