Rani Mukerji has come back to the big screen after a gap of four years with the movie Hichki. Rani Mukerji is an Indian actress and has won several awards, including seven Filmfare Awards. 

Rani’s fans in India have already booked tickets for the Hichki, and are extremely excited to see their favorite actress on the big screen after so long. The last movie of Rani’s MARDAANI and nominated for Film fare Award for Best Actress. In 2005, “BLACK” is the top-rated movie of Rani Mukharji, Directed by sanjay leela bhansali. One more famous movie of Rani’s HAM TUM lead role to play by stars Saif Ali Khan and Rani Mukerji. Hum Tum follows the encounters of the two important characters until they, after many years and various meetings, start a friendship and finally fall in love at the end of the movie.

Today the film Hichki is slated to release in India; Hichki has hit the theatres in some other parts of the globe on a day before. The celebs were overwhelmed with Rani’s performance in Hichki. The actress, who plays the character of a teacher suffering from Tourette syndrome, has yet again impressed her fans with her stellar performance.

“I understand Hichki will draw a competition in the lives of so many people everywhere in India and the presence,” The Yash Raj Films movie, he says, is specifically for teachers. “It is a signal for aside teacher approaching the difference they make in the career of their students. Teaching is the best service in the world. We need passionate and more quality teachers. It is my hope that my fact will console others to desire to surge up and adopt a teaching profession,” Teachers must never give up on their students. And they must never give up on themselves. Teachers need to be that role model and show their kids to never give up on pursuing their dreams. The truth is that everybody has an issue. Some are severe like Tourette syndrome and some are not as severe and may go unnoticed by common people. That is the theme of Hichki.

In the movie, Rani’s character faces a lot of humiliation, both from her students and the school authorities. However, how she manages to overcome all these hurdles and moves toward her goal forms the crux of the story.