Bollywood diva Rani Mukherjee has returned back to the big screen with a gap of almost one and a half years. The actress will be seen in Anurag Kashyap’s upcoming Marathi film ‘Aiyyaa’ and she is fully confident about her entrance in the commercial territory.

Rani recently had a candid chat with TOI, in which she said she is not worried at all about the heroine dominated films which are releasing back to back these days.

These days almost all the actress out there wants to work with the Khans because their films always generate more than Rs 100 crore at the box office. However, when Rani was asked about it, she said she is not worried at all because she knows all the Khans love her.

“I have no issues with any of them. In fact, both Shah Rukh and Aamir have taught me a lot. Shah Rukh has always been very supportive as a co-star and that helps you to do better. Aamir has been very much like a teacher to me in my career. In the initial years when I had joined the industry, he literally held my hand and taught me the ropes of acting. And even when I worked with him in Talaash, I still felt I’ve so much to learn from him and I am still a student. Salman is a good friend too. Because of all this, the bond I share with them is very different from that with the others. And I know all the Khans love me!”

Rani’s ‘Aiyyaa’, in which she is playing opposite to the South actor Prithviraj Sukumaran, is scheduled to hit the cinema halls on October 12.

After ‘Aiyyaa’, Rani will be seen with the likes of Amir Khan and Kareena Kapoor in ‘Talaash’, which is one of the most eagerly anticipated films of this season.

‘Talaash’ will be released on November 30 and while sharing thoughts, Rani insisted that she is happy playing two very different and interesting characters.

Well, all said and done, let’s see how good a comeback Rani Mukherjee makes.