Every night, I thank God:Rani
Tuesday, April 24, 2007 12:49 IST
By Santa Banta News Network
Rani Mukherjee, the 'girl-next-door' of Bollywood, awaits the release of one of her most awaited flicks from Yashraj Films - 'Tara Rum Pum'.

The film to be released the coming Friday, is a story that revolves around the fast and dicey world of car racing and entails tragedy and drama in its weaves. The film is expected to tug at the heartstrings of all lovers and entertain children everywhere hugely with its cute stuffed-toy characters.

On a personal front, Rani Mukherjee has, in recent months, housed her extremely fortunate parents and brother Raja's family in five star hotel suites while her apartment as well as her bungalow in suburban Mumbai was under renovation and restyling.

Her close friend Twinkle Khanna has designed the apartment into which the family will move this week. It won't be long before Suzanne Roshan gets the Juhu bungalow ready and the family will move into this spacious home.

For the Mumbai bred girl with a family that has braced the highs and lows of the Hindi film industry by sticking together, staying close matters a lot. The 'staying together through adversities' theme seems to be the key one in the up coming Tara Rum Pum, too.

"Suzanne has been working on the bungalow for two years - she had her son Hrehaan during this time," says Rani, "When we move in there soon, the present apartment will be my workplace. Looking around at the break-ups in celebrity families, I feel our family has been fortunate. Every night, I thank God for the happiness which my family shares in togetherness."

Though not invited to the Abhi-Ash wedding, she will resume shooting for Pradeep Sarkar's Laga Chunari Mein Daag.

The film with Abhishek and the very versatile Konkana Sen will resume shooting their scenes together on June 11 post the 'Abhiash' honeymoon, when the unit starts shooting abroad.
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