Hichki Movie Review
Rani Mukerji takes hichki for a comeback three years after Mardaani
Rani Mukerji starrer Hichki is delayed by one month. Originally scheduled for release on 23 February, the movie will now be released in 23 March. Reason for the delay isn’t known but the rumors are that the release was postponed due to board exams.
So, Rani doesn’t want to disturb kids who’ve become overexcited after seeing trailer of the Hichki. The trailer was released on 19 December 2017.
Hichki is the story of a teacher Naina Mathur who is suffering from Tourette syndrome. She’s speech related problem but this problem couldn’t stop her from pursuing her dreams of becoming a teacher. After many humiliating rejections, she finally lands a teaching job at an elite school. But little does she know that her problems have just started.
Rani Mukerji explains Naina Mathur and the problems related to Tourette syndrome at great length. People suffering from this syndrome don’t have control in their movements and sounds during Tourette bouts. Rani Mukerji represents those people and tells the world that people with special needs can overcome difficulties with determination.
Naina Mathur teaches 14 students from slum. These are the students no teacher in the school wants to teach but Naina Mathur. The students create ruckus; make flyers on her syndrome and humiliate her in many ways. But a determined Naina Mathur brings those students in the mainstream with all her affection towards kids and determination.
Rani Mukerji is again making a comeback to the silver screen with Hichki. She made a similar comeback with Mardani in 2014 and it won’t be surprising, if she again takes a long break from work and then make a comeback with another character like Michelle McNally or Naina Mathur.
Bollywood has many movies on student teacher relations but Hichki deals with speech impairment and the stigma attached to it. Nain Mathur is a caring teacher with Tourette syndrome. And only her students can see the teacher in her.
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Hichki First Look & Poster
A classroom scene is taken for the poster. It has Rani Mukerji as Naina Mathur dreaming to become a teacher but the students in the background are just opposite of the students of her dreams. Naina Mathur looks like any other aspiring teacher in the poster. She looks determined to overcome her speech related problem to become a teacher. Name of the movie is written within brackets beneath Rani’s picture on the poster.
Why watch the movie?
Fans of Rani Mukerji will certainly go to theaters to see their favorite actress narrating the role of woman teacher with special abilities. It is an educative movie that tells about Tourette syndrome and how to overcome the fear of syndrome strike. It is a good movie for family viewing.
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