After graduating with a degree in English literature, she completed a workshop on theatre in Mumbai because of her strong background in it. She made her acting debut in Phir Milenge (2004), a film that was based on the subject of AIDS. She gained recognition in the multiple-award winner, Anand.
After graduating with a degree in English literature from Loreto College in Kolkata, she took up a hotel management course in New Delhi, but left it midway.Thereafter, she took a course in theatre arts in Mumbai due to her good background in the field.
Around the time Phir Milenge happened to Mukherjee in Bollywood, Sekhar Kammula, a relatively new director from the Telugu film industry was in the process of casting for his next Telugu film, Anand. After coming to know about her, Kammula selected her after a screen test. She said that the role of an independent and modern woman, which was just like her own personality, appealed to her.When asked about her thoughts on a total change of working environment from Bollywood to Tollywood, she said that the only difference was with the language and that she was more comfortable working for Anand (2004 film) because the entire crew belonged to same age group.With her being a Bengali and not knowing Telugu,well-known singer and television host, Sunitha lent her voice for the film.After completion of filming, she felt that as a relative newcomer she couldn’t have asked for more, but thought that she could have performed better. Despite her thoughts, the film won 6 prestigious 2004 Nandi Awards bestowed by the Government of Andhra Pradesh. Among these, Mukherjee won the Nandi Award for the Best Leading Actress. Upon receiving the award, she said “it is beyond the belief”. Besides this, she won a couple of awards for being the best debutant actress of the year.
Godavari, which was Sekhar Kammula’s next film, starred Sumanth and Mukherjee in the lead roles. This drama film, which had the Godavari River in the backdrop, dealt with a romantic love story between the lead characters. Mukherjee portrayed the role of a woman with independent thinking and tremendous inner strength, under the “backdrop of middle/upper middle class sensibilities, new aspirations, identity crisis, independence, yearnings and moreover, parental concerns.”The film received predominantly positive reviews, and Mukherjee’s role was particularly praised. While one review said that she was “beautiful … both in looks and in her measured acting style,”another review praised her for the “intense yet cool portrayal.” Her most recent achievement was working with veteran film-maker Shaji N. Karun in her Malayalam debut, Kutty Shranku. She was recently famous for playing the beautiful ‘Shreya’ teacher in the movie HAPPY DAYS, again directed by Shekar Kammula.
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