Rani Mukherjee celebrates birthday in a different style!
While most bollywood celebs are seen partying and having a good time with friends and family on their birthdays, here’s one celeb who is thoroughly and genuinely different. Rani Mukherjee, who celebrates her birthday on March 21st, spent this day with the students of The Helen Keller, Institute for the Blind and Deaf.
Rani Mukherjee befriended the members of this Institute, when she was enacting her role of a blind and deaf girl in the highly acclaimed movie Black. She visited The Helen Keller Institute and learned the nuances of these blind and deaf students. For all the awards that Rani won for the best actress for the film Black, Rani has expressed her gratitude to these students, without whom she claims she would not have been able to deliver such an exceptional performance.
Rani’s most treasured gift is that she has been requested by Beroz Vacha, hon. director and consultant for The Helen Keller Institute for Deaf and Blind to be a patron of the Institute. The director has written a heart-warming letter to Rani, requesting her to become a patron, which shows the love and appreciation of the Institute towards Rani. The director, in her letter, mentions how brilliantly Rani has portrayed the role of Michelle, a deaf and blind girl in the movie Black. She says, “You are a loved person, all the students appreciate you, especially Zamir, who can never stop talking about your generosity, your empathy and fun-loving nature.”
Zamir is one of the children who inspired Rani to essay her character Michelle and whom Rani gifted a Power Brailler to help him communicate better. Vacha also wishes Rani success and a bright future in her letter saying, “I see you everyday on TV, you look fresh and radiant. May your life ways be always that and bring you many rewards. Please do consider our request (patronage) with your heart.” The birthday celebration plans also include a show, which will feature Rani called ‘Jabardast Janamdin Roshni ka Jashn’.
We wish Rani Mukherjee a very Happy Birthday; hope she has a great year ahead.