Hichki Movie Review | Rani Mukherji’s Comeback in Bollywood. (Rani Mukherji) playing a role of Naina Mathur in Hichki movie is an enthusiastic teacher who was suffering from Tourette Syndrome. She was passionate to teach. She had completed her M.SC in Science with BED. She was not getting selected in any school as a teacher. Finally she achieved victory to get her fantasy job in an elite school. That school was badly needing a teacher. The class she has been assigned though comprises of intransigent and waggish students. They can’t seem to keep out of trouble. Naina overcomes all confrontation to help her students realise their true inherent.
HICHKI MOVIE REVIEW
Teaching is a very noble profession that shapes the character, caliber, and future of an individual. Naina Mathur (Rani Mukherji) suffers from a neurological condition called the Tourette Syndrome. It was said in the movie its a speech defect that provoke whenever she gets nervous. She makes uncommon sounds. She wanted to become a teacher. Indeed one of her teacher had stood by her side when she was suffering from Tourette Syndrome. Due to the Tourette Syndrome, Naina’s character makes sounds like ‘waa waa’ and ‘chak chak’ at random.
Subsequently after 5 years and 18 fruitless attempts, one of Mumbai’s renowned schools gives her an opportunity to teach. Rani Mukherji teaches the teenagers are impulsive, live in a bad neighbourhood and feel alone among students from other social grade. These kids are a part of the right to education originality, thus landing up in an elite school. Naina, however, is constant to give them an impression of determination.
Hichki begins vigorously with a convergence on Naina’s efforts in life. She is contending an ambidextrous war — within the family and outside it. She makes singultus and click sounds due to a neurological disorder. Siddharth P Malhotra (Director) notice a chance to go theatrical here. He begins scrutinizing the bearings to conjure tears. The significance on drama takes the spotlight away from the class exertion between slum residents and the upper middle class.
As a result the use of unique learning tools within the school environment adds to the film. The director does an outstanding job at brainstorming and presenting the film. The first half is spent contesting up the story. The second half enhances the drama but doesn’t change too many possessions. Hichki is a film full of sentiments.
Eventually Hichki had the dormant to be more than just a classroom chronicle. It does touch upon Naina’s personal undertakings and her disharmonize interrelation with her father. But it could’ve left no stone these aspects a lot more. For all its drawbacks, the movie still has profusion of greenness, penetration and emotional discernment. It can make you wistful about your school days and retrospect you of your beloved teacher. This one definitely deserves good grades.
Cast: Rani Mukherji, Neeraj Kabi
Director: Siddharth P Malhotra