There are some actresses who are famous for their voice and Rani Mukherjee is one of them. His swollen voice made him stand out in the crowd. But did you know that in the early days of her career, Rani actually suffered a lot because of her voice? The ‘Black’ actress, who is currently busy promoting her upcoming film, Mardaani 2, says that for Ghulam she had to sacrifice herself in her life and voice.
Queenie told Pinkville, “When I started doing movies, I don’t think there were actresses who sounded like me. They were all so sweet and jerky. I never had a sweet voice and it was a different image of an actress. There are voices, especially for a debut. King Ki Aigi Barat was my own voice. ”
“But in Ghulam, my voice was dubbed because collectively, the team felt that my voice was not enough for the role. For the part of the slave I had to give my life and voice,” added Rani.
He further revealed that it was Karan Johar who accepted him in his voice and praised his sculpted melody!
The queen revealed that when Karan first met her, he told her that he liked her voice and that in her first performance, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai wanted to maintain it.
“Thanks to him and Kuch Kuch Hota Hai is such a mainstream movie and a big blockbuster that people took my voice in it.