Actress Rani Mukerji starrer ‘Hichki will be screened at the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM) to propagate theme of inclusion. Indian cinema will be celebrated under the theme of inclusion, with an array of films set to be screened from August 10-22. ‘Hichki’ will be screened on August 11. Helmed by Siddharth Malhotra, the film tells the story of a woman who deals with Tourette syndrome but goes on to become a teacher.

“‘Hichki’ comes at a time when we really need an uplifting story, which makes us believe that nothing is impossible and everything is achievable if we believe in ourselves and our goals. This year the festival is celebrating the core of the theme of inclusion and its great to know that our film will be screened in liaison with this thought,” Malhotra said in a statement. ALSO READ: Rani Mukerji And Aditya Chopra Plan Another Baby; Hitchki Actress Says, ‘Adira Needs Company’

He further added, “It is not only about inclusion, in so many ways that it naturally is due to Tourette’s and the difference between the haves and have-nots but it is also about accepting and understanding your own Tourette’s which are within all of us and befriending it so that a right attitude towards life and all makes one happy.” Rani Mukherjee has impressed all of us with Hichki as the movie has earned around Rs 8.75 crores in the box office. Of course, that’s not a great number but it had got a limited screen space and the subject was also niche. Stay tuned to India.com for more news!