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Oye Hichki, Rani Mukerji-Starrer's New Song Teaches The Art Of Dealing With Occasional Hiccups

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| February 20 , 2018 , 17:37 IST

Following a long hiatus, Rani Mukerji is here to charm her way back into the audience's heart with her comeback film 'Hichki'. The Sidharth P Malhotra directorial will showcase the versatile actress dealing with a bunch of notorious students along with her own inner demons.

Nearly two months after releasing the trailer, the makers have treated the eager fans with the delightful number 'Oye Hichki'. Suffering herself from a rare disease, Rani's Naina helps her students in fighting prejudices prevailing in the society and emerging victoriously.

While bonding with the students who come from the economically backward section and face occasional hiccups in life pertaining to their skin colour, disabilities, equal right among others, the courageous teacher teaches them the art of overcoming any obstacle life throws at them.

Crooned in the soul-soothing voice of Harshdeep Kaur, thought-provoking lyrics have been penned by Jaideep Sahni while Vaibhavi Merchant has choreographed this inspiring song. The number inspires everyone to embrace their true self along the lines, "not every hichki can be heard".

Rani is looking effortless in the role of a teacher with Tourette's Syndrome - a disease which prompts her character to make weird noises and scratch under the chin without warning. The exciting film helmed by Siddharth P Malhotra will hit screens on  23 March 2018.