After super hit ‘Mardaani’, Rani Mukerji is returning to the silver screen after a gap of four years. Rani Mukerji is making a comeback with Hichki, in which she is portraying the role of a teacher who suffers from Tourette syndrome. Due to this defect, her character involuntarily makes repetitive sounds and movements which hinders her peaking process.
The film deals with overcoming weaknesses which the makers call ‘Hichki’. Rani has used a different strategy to promote her film.
As per The sources, the Actress will head to Bengalaru, later this month, to discuss life’s problems with Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, in a International conference.
In an interview,Rani said, “Sri Sri Ravi Shankar has focused on the power of positive thinking, of positive actions and of universal love and his message has resonated with countless people. It will be amazing to be part of this session and hear him speak. Hichki is all about harnessing your positivity and inner peace to bring out the best in you and I’m going to speak about this in his presence. I look forward to this interactive session.”
Rani will be present as a part of inaugural session of the International Women’s Conference (IWC), on 23 February. Here, Rani will speak on and about difficult times in life, and how to overcome them.
Hichki is slated to release on March 23 and is Helm by Siddharth Malhotra and produced by YRF.Rajasthan Tourism App - Welcomes to the lend of Sun, Send and adventures