Hichki box office collection: Rani Mukerjee starrer opens decent and might grow

Hichki box office collection: Rani Mukerjee starrer opens decent and might grow

Rani Mukerjee starrer ‘Hichki’ is released all over the country and response to this one has been pretty warm from the audience. Word of mouth around this one is not exceptional butt not bad either and one can see hope in the rise of attendance in cinema theaters. For a medium budget, less conventional it opened to decent 3.25 crores all India nett and if the collections take a bit of rise than it will be a profitable venture. Makers have made sure that it gets made in a budget without getting unnecessarily ambitious.

Bank on the ticket window is bound to rise on Saturday and Sunday because the film doe snot really have a competition from anything but Rangroot which is not such a major release anyways. Film does not have very many points in the decoration which would attract people to cinema by default hence it is doing everything purely on the merit of it. Morning shows on Friday were dull but it picked up till the end of the day and multiplexes in major cities decided to register attendance on the seats.

It is not the kind of film that will be highly appreciated in the single screen market because of the sheer nature of the content hence all it has to do is target the metropolitan multiplexes. Rani Mukerjee came back to films after a certain amount of time as she was dealing with the motherhood and managed to deliver a fantastic performance about a woman who wants to be a teacher very passionately but suffering from a speech defect called Tourette Syndrome. Due to her short coming she was not getting a job anywhere but does eventually to teach slum based children in a convent school who have never had prior formal education in their lives before she shows up.

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Shubham Dwivedi

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