Movie – Hichki
Director- Sidharth P Malhotra
Star Cast -Rani Mukerji, Harsh Mayar, Sachin Pilgaonkar, and Supriya Pilgaonkar
Genre – Drama
Writer- Sidharth P Malhotra and Ankur Chaudhry
Cinematography – Avinash Arun
Studio- Yash Raj Films
Rating – 3.5
The film Hichki is about a school teacher played by Rani Mukherji who is suffering from a nervous system disorder ailment known as Tourette Syndrome, which makes some involuntary grunting sounds and some sudden movements in her body. So, when she turns up for an interview for a school teacher despite not being a conventional candidate for the teaching job. She is then given the section of students who have been admitted under RTE. The students are rude and mischievous and leave no stone unturned to bug and harass her while she takes up the class. But her challenge is to prove her talent of teaching before the management along with winning the hearts of the students, so, how will she do that is an interesting thing to explore.
The film is all about the triumph of the human spirit which come along with a strong message of turning ones weaknesses into strength thus it has the potential to make a significant impact on our lives. In a sense, the film has the power to connect with the real life as it comes with an uplifting tale of a teacher who struggles to prove her potentials. The makers have chosen a right script with a strong storyline backed with some of the best performances, particularly from the lady. Thus she has a perfect comeback movie. Talking about the other aspects of the film like music, direction, screenplay and the technical stuff like editing and other things, all seemed to have boosted the entertainment value in a big way.
Hichki Movie The Last Word
The film Hichki comes with a subtle message backed with subtle performances, particularly of Rani. It would be a great comeback movie for the actress. It can be a good choice for the weekend watch list if you are a Rani fan. Even if you are not her fan, it can be a one time watch considering its different content and performance.