Rani Mukerji: understood value of human life through 'Black'

Actress Rani Mukerji said it's for the movie ' Black ', who turned 15 years of its premiere in Hindi cinema on Tuesday, understood the value of human life.

"For me, ' Black ' is one of my most special films because I really understood the value of human life and the fact that we have to be thankful and grateful for our lives and the way we are born. I think this very strongly got embedded in my heart and my head," Rani, who effortlessly played the specially-abled girl named Michelle McNally In the movie, he said.

Rani talked about how the director of the movie Sanjay Leela Bhansali The vision had impacted his life and career.

After all, I was really grateful that every day I left the house to be able to listen, to be able to speak, to be able to see and I think that sometimes as human beings we take these things for granted and I believe that we cannot thank God more every day than We left our homes with our 3 senses intact, which is very, very important, he said.

' Black ', which also features megastar Amitabh Bachchan , revolved around a deafblind girl, and her relationship with her teacher, who later develops Alzheimer's disease. The film is inspired by the life of Helen Keller, the academic and blind activist.

For Rani, Bhansali is one of his favorite filmmakers whose passion for cinema adores.

"There was a lot of learning. It was a learning curve in my career. Black is one of my most important films and working with Sanjay Leela Bhansali , obviously, he is one of my favourite filmmakers. I love his vision, I love the way he directs us on the set he would literally treat me like a queen. I think we fed off each other's energies and we both were foodies and I remember eating really well."

Sanjay was like Rani, there is one thing that I have understood, is that every time you eat well you give the best doses. So, he really wanted to feed me with good food, he said.

She described ' Black ' as one of her most important films with Big B.

"I have very fond memories of ' Black ' and, of course, adding the icing to the whole thing was it was my first, most important, film with Mr. Bachchan. I had to just observe Mr. Bachchan on set seeing his dedication. So for me, I was literally like a student on this film learning, observing, watching, imbibing. So for me black will always stay one of those special films in my career. Though the film was a huge hit, but the memories that I made while shooting the film, I think, those memories I will always, always cherish throughout my life," she said.