Movie review : Rani Mukerji’s Hichki Deserves A Thumps Up
After the long gap of 4 years Rani Mukerji, makes her comeback in the industy with the unique character with her film “Hichki.” Rani Mukerji’s Hichki deserves a thumps up. Rani is playing the character of Naina Mathur, a woman with Tourette syndrome, she is struggling to make her profession as a teacher but fails as her hicup’s aren’t in control. And at last she gets an opportunity and a biggest challenge in the form of tutoring 14 students, who belongs to the financially weak backgrounds and are struggling to be accepted by their school. And there comes the actress Rani Mukerji who tries to brighten their future.
Talking about her performance in the movie, that is aplaudable as she keeps it real and will make feel her pain and emotions and takes it towards her challenging life from childhood. Facing the hicup’s she emerges as a fighter in spite of her circumstances.
But after it she lands over a job of teaching a bunch of irritating and mischivious students who are indulge in the ragging and even betting. While we could recognise some familiar faces among the students, most were newcomers and that brings the rawness to the film. But the story went disconnected as becomes difficult emphasis the lifes of those children but was unable to connect with their stuggles as don’t really known the back stories of those children. Although they are main subject to emphasis on in the film, it was unable to connect with the emotions and that was probably the weakest part of the screenplay.
Overall, the film is predictable as it follows the story of underdogs whose lives are changed with a stubborn teacher rooting for them. And at last Rani succeed in making teaching as her profession and became a great motivational speaker.One should watch the film just for the sake of Rani and We guarantee that she won’t disappoint you with her performance. This was one of her best performance till date but the overall film could have been more better.