Rani Mukerji feels special after winning the first award for Hichki
The Bollywood actress Rani Mukherji delivered a stellar performance in the film "Hichki". The movie marked her comeback to the big screen after a long gap of four years
New Delhi, August 13. The Bollywood actress Rani Mukherji delivered a stellar performance in the film "Hichki". The movie marked her comeback to the big screen after a long gap of four years. In the movie, she played the role of a school teacher suffering from Tourette's syndrome fighting against the society in prejudice. The actress did a great job in the movie, her hard work has already paid off as she already bagged her award for that film.
Rani has won several accolades over the year, including the four ZEE cine award, through which she marked as the major winner for the role which she plays in the movie "Kuch Kuch Hota Hai". Rani said the feelings of that opportunity can never be forgettable.
A video of Rani Mukharji went crazy viral on social media Sunday. In the video, the actress was seen hoisting the Indian flag in Melbourne. In the honor of Indian Flag, Rani said, “I think for any citizen of any country hosting a flag means a lot. And especially me, because I am obviously bestowed with this honor because of the love and affection that has been showered on me for so many years.
She further added: That is why today I can be a representative of my country and hoist the flag. I would totally say that I am too honored with this. It makes it all the more special because when you hoist the flag, at Federation Square, it feels great because you are far away from home.
You are hoisting your national flag at the center of a foreign country and foreign land. it’s truly special because you feel so patriotic and so connected with your homeland. It fills you up with a lot of emotions and I went through all of them when I was hoisting the flag.”