Rani Mukeji’s latest film, also her first film post the birth of her daughter Adira, Hichki is all set to hit screens next Friday on March 23. But we already have a review of the film that gives us a fairly good idea of what to expect from the film. Rani’s good friend and ace filmmaker Karan Johar was one of the few lucky ones to watch the film at a special screening and he has posted his verdict on Yash Raj Film’s latest offering on his social media account. Also Read - Ajeeb Daastaans Trailer: Love, Lust, Homosexuality And More - Digging What Society Buries Underneath!
The film revolves around a teacher with a speech disorder and how she overcomes her weakness and turns it into a strength. The trailer gave us an idea that the film will more or less be like a chamber drama, set in a school. The big win for Hichki then will be to take us down the memory lane to our school days. Does it achieve the feat? Read the first review of Rani Mukerji’s Hichki by Karan Johar. Also Read - Karan Johar Plays Bollywood Style Holi With Roohi, Yash, All Wear White Kurta - Photos
Karan says, “Hichki is a feel good and extremely sensitive film. It addresses a disorder with dignity and strength. Rani Mukerji is the soul and life of this film! She is absolutely brilliant!!!! And reminds you of her exceptional talent again.” The filmmaker further reveals how the film gives you a kick of nostalgia. “Hichki takes you back to school and gives you life lessons in such a nuanced and beautiful way! Well done Sidharth P Malhotra for directing this film with such an assured hand and with such sensitivity! Must watch!!!” Also Read - Bunty Aur Babli 2: Saif Ali Khan, Rani Mukerji Starrer Film's Release Date Postponed Due To Spike in COVID-19 Cases
Well, with such a good review, we are sure Hichki will have a good showing and will end up impressing audience as well. Fans would be excited to see Rani in a completely different avatar after her last film Mardaani where she played a cop. Add to that her flawless performance and we are surely in for a treat on March 23.