Hichki Movie Reviews

The director Siddharth P Malhotra 'Hichki' is released on Friday. Through this film, Rani Mukerji 's comeback once again in Bollywood. So let's see how this movie is :


Rating: 2/5

Release Date: 23 March 2018

Running Time: 2hrs 20mins

Starring: Rani Mukerji, Supriya Pilgaonka, Asif Basra


Plot: This movie is made under the banner of Yash Raj Films and it is inspired from Hollywood movie 'Front of the Class'. The story begins with Naina Mathur (Rani Mukherjee), who is suffering from Tourette syndrome and has problems while speaking. Due to this, it is also difficult to get a teacher's job. After trying hard, she gets a job at a school and school has given the responsibility of teaching 14 children in the slum area. Naina takes the responsibility of teaching these children, but these children daily find new methods to annoy Naina. Are these children succeed in annoying Nain? whether Naina succeeds in becoming a good teacher? how does the school's Principal behave with her? The film has to be seen to know all this, that you know only after going to the theater.


Acting: 4 years later, Rani Mukherjee is backing up with the film 'Hichki'. This movie is fully focused on Rani Mukherjee. she has played her role very nicely. Sachin and Priya Pilgaonkar have played Rani's parents well. Hussein Dalal is right in Rani's brother's role. Brother and sister relationship could have been shown even better than this.


Direction: Director Siddharth Malhotra 's film 'Hichki' not an innovation. It can be understood what will happen next in the movie while you see the movie. There is a story of the poor children who want to do nothing in life and teacher change their life. The story of the film is very fictional. Siddharth could not present it properly on screen. The film's climax and its twists are so boring.


Whether to watch or not: Watch this movie if you are a fan of Rani otherwise there is nothing worth to watch it.


Other Ratings




Times Of India


Hindustan Times


The Indian Express



7.6/10 (500 Votes)

Deccan Chronicle