Rani Mukerji’s New Movie Hichki Is Breaking All Kinds of Stereotypes

Rani Mukerji’s New Movie Hichki Is Breaking All Kinds of Stereotypes

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Dec 19, 2017  Updated On : Apr 21, 2018

Tourette’s syndrome involves uncontrollable repetitive movements or unwanted sounds (generally referred as tics), such as repeatedly blinking the eyes, shrugging shoulders or blurting out offensive words. There is no certain treatment for tourette can only be controlled through psychological therapies. Were we aware of this? Many of us were but a lot us weren’t. Hence, meet Naina Mathur, a simple girl who believes she was born to be a teacher. Teaching is a very difficult profession and one needs to very clear with their words. Imagine someone with tourette teaching? Yes! It will be difficult and it will make us realise that if you believe everything is possible.

Rani Mukerji’s new movie Hichki is all about believing in YOU. She plays the role of Naina Mathur an aspiring teacher with a neuro disorder. It’s her journey towards rediscovering herself. The trailer of the movie released a couple of hours ago and is 2 and half minutes long. Rani Mukerji is back after 4 years and nothing mediocre would have caught her attention as a comeback.

The trailer was released via a live video on Yash Raj Film’s (YRF) official Facebook handle. Rani was also present during the live streaming. The film has been directed by Siddharth P Malhotra and produced by Maneesh Sharma.

The trailer shows Rani in a completely new avatar- as a teacher of an ill-mannered group of students who are out to make fun of her disorder and bully her. She takes up the challenge of not just finding her inner strength but also to help these kids to find their aim and to take them through a correct path in life.

Rani Mukerji’s new movie, Hichki, celebrates self-belief, the strength of human spirit and hope. The film is about turning your problems and insecurities into opportunities and defeating your worst enemy! The film is all set to release on 23rd of February 2018. Waiting for some sheer brilliance.

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