Director: Sidharth P Malhotra
Cast: Rani Mukerji, Asif Basra, Supriya Pilgaonkar, Neeraj Kaabi
Synopsis: Directed by Sidharth P Malhotra, Hichki is a heart-touching story of a woman Naina Mathur (played by Rani Mukerji), who aspires to be a teacher. She suffers from a nervous system disorder, called Tourette Syndrome that affects her vocal chords. Due to this, Naina faces problem to say single sentence at one go. However, it also doesn’t stop her from chasing her dreams. But, it’s the society who stands in Naina and her dreams.
She faces many obstacles and rejections due to her nervous system disorder. In spite of this, she continues her search and finally, finds a job at a Catholic school after 5 years. But will the students of this school be going to accept her? Or destiny has planned something else for her? To know this answer, you should watch the movie at least once.
- Rani Mukerji, in Naina’s character, has delivered her best performance in Hichki. Her real and superb acting in the movie increases the curiosity among her fans to watch it. Overall, we can say she steals the heart of her fans from her acting.
- The unconventional bond between teacher and her students is quite appreciable.
- One of its songs, Oye Hichki breaks all the stereotypes of the society by making them realise that only one disorder can’t stop you from achieving your goals.
- Somewhere in the movie, plots and disputes are quite predictable.
- Its climax also seems to be unnecessarily dramatic.
- Neeraj Kaabi didn’t justified himself in an antagonistic role. His acting is full of unnecessarily doses.