Speech impairment not a subject but reality, says Rani Mukerji at ‘Hichki’ trailer launch
When asked if discussion about the talking harm issue with the film will help fetch awareness, she said: “First of all, I would like to say this isn’t a topic but a part of lots of lives.”
“The people who suffer from the syndrome are challenged in every part of their lives. During research for the role, I met many kids who suffered from it and their parents, they haven’t been able to come out properly in India.
“If you seem at America, where there are place up comedians, who step onward and took their ‘turrets’ in their proceed, in their comic arrange. So now when we start discussion about it in India, I am certain lot more people will come forward and talk about their knowledge,” added Rani.
Rani also said that her recital in the film came from a very individual liberty as she used to stumble in her infancy. “I used to stammer when I was a kid and my mom was also facing the same thing. My elder brother still does. I have conquer the matter a lot because as an performer I have to say lots of dialogues, articulate many emotions and stammering frequently takes place and is extremely noticeable when you are emotionally affected,” she said.
“I had to control it a lot and work a lot on it but the good thing is, if you can overcome it you can make your weakness your strength,” added Rani.
Hichki traces the trip of a teacher who suffers from Turrets condition. Students create fun of how the ailment affect here and schools do not concur to employ her. When she does get hired by one of the schools, she has to deal with a set of students who no one wants to teach.
When asked if there were any extra movies accessible to her after Mardaani, she said: “I don’t remember as such but after pregnancy when I determined and said that I want to do a movie, I was offered Hichki”.
Hichki is directed by Siddharth P. Malhotra and twisted by Maneesh Sharma under the sign of Yash Raj Films.
It is slated for a February 23, 2018 release.
Watch the trailer here: