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When Karan Johar told his friend Rani Mukerji that he loved her voice

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New Delhi:

Rani Mukerji, in a recent interview with Galatta Indiaspoke about being dubbed during the early years of her career for films like Ghulam alongside Aamir Khan. While talking about her experience, however, she also spoke about her close friend and director Karan Johar's role in her career. This is the first director who decided to keep his original voice and not dub it. She said that when Karan learned that Rani's voice was dubbed by someone else, he was perplexed. “I said maybe they didn’t like my voice. And he said I like your voice; you will do the dubbing for my film. I am very happy that Karan, being Karan, answered this call. Because if even in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai my voice would be doubled, so it would become very difficult to convince other people to get my voice back,” she said.

Rani Mukerji, who spoke about her miscarriage last year at the Melbourne Indian Film Festival, once again opened up about her traumatic experience in her interview with Galatta India. Rani Mukerji revealed that she was trying for a second baby for almost seven years. Speaking to Galatta India, Rani said: “Of course it's difficult. I've been trying to have a second baby for almost seven years. My daughter is eight now, and when she was one or a year and a half, I tried for my second, and I kept trying, and I finally got pregnant, and then I lost the baby. Obviously, it was a very, very trying time for me. And also, I'm not very young, although I look young.

Rani added: “I'm turning 46, it's not an age where I can have a baby. It's traumatic for me to not be able to give my daughter a sibling, and it really makes me feel wrong. But we must “

Rani Mukerji is popular for films like Hello Brother, Har Dil Jo Pyar Karega, Pyaar Diwana Hota Hai, Chalo Ishq Ladaaye, Chori Chori, LOC: Kargil, to name a few. She has been married to Adity Chopra since 2014. They are parents of a daughter Adira.

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