Rani will next be seen in Hichki, which, directed by Siddharth P Malhotra and produced by Maneesh Sharma, the film is ready to reach the hearts of audiences when it releases on February 23, 2018.
Rani Mukerji and Karan Johar have created some of the most memorable cinematic moments in the history of Bollywood.
From 'Kuch Kuch Hota Hai' (1998), 'Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna' (2006) to their latest 'Bombay Talkies' (2013), Kara and Rani have touched the hearts of everyone through their pictures. Today, after five years, the two will be coming together once more – this time for Karan's real show India's Next Superstar.
Rani will be part of the show as part of the 'Hichki' promotions.
A source close to the actor said, "Karan and Rani are a house on fire every time they play. Thus, expect a fun show full of give-and-take. Rani has started this campaign Aapki Hichki Kya Hai? As a part of Hichki promotions. She asked Salman about his Hichki on marriage and suggested he should skip marriage and become a father when she was on Bigg Boss. Karan will be the next person who will be asked the same. Let's see what Karan reveals about his Hichkis! Knowing Karan, it will be a big revelation."
The author adds, "Usually, it's Karan is grilling celebrities about their spirits on his sofa while holding coffee.
The characters are for sure failing to be overruled on this particular episode. Karan's known to be a sport when talking about his flaws and stupidities, so the episode is expected to be super entertaining. Add to that Rani's sense of bodily fluid and these old allies are bound to deliver a super special episode."
Rani plays the character of Naina Mathur who has a nervous system disorder, Tourette Syndrome that forces an individual to make involuntary repetitive movements or sounds.
'Hichki' focusses on turning disadvantages into opportunities and staring down at challenges that life throws at one and ultimately winning over them. It is also a subtle reminder about discrimination that exists in our society and has become a part of our daily lives. It highlights this through the story of Naina, who faces discrimination from our society that firmly believes she cannot be a teacher because of her disorder.