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Aamir Khan and Rani Mukerji have been best friends for years now, and now that her hit film Hichki is set to release in China, Aamir has come forward to promote the film in China. Aamir, who is also the biggest Indian movie star in China, uploaded a video on his Chinese social media platform rooting for Hichki and also urging audiences to watch this gem of a film.
Aamir says, "A very warm hello to all my friends in China. My friend Rani Mukerji an actress from India has done a film called Hichki, which I believe is releasing in China on the of 12th of October. Well, I want you to know that I have seen the film when it released here in India and it is a beautiful beautiful story and it’s a great film, wonderful performances by Rani and all the kids in the film.”
He adds, “It’s really heart-warming and uplifting film, beautiful story and a very wonderfully made film. So I hope that all of you will go and see the film and I hope that you enjoy it. Lots of Love.”
#AamirKhan, who is the biggest Indian movie star in China, uploaded a video on his Chinese social media platform rooting for @HichkiTheFilm and also urging audiences to watch this gem of a film! ♥️😍@The_AKFC | @aamirkhan_CHN | #China | #RaniMukerji | @yrftalent pic.twitter.com/lQU7VhEXOI— SpotboyE (@Spotboye) October 10, 2018
Rani Mukerji is currently promoting her hit film Hichki in China and the film is certainly moving audiences there. The heart-warming and inspiring film has a progressive message of beating stereotypes. Rani is promoting the film in 5 cities in China namely Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Guangzhou and Chengdu.
Rani’s performance as Naina Mathur, a school teacher dealing with an involuntary nervous system disorder, Tourette Syndrome, has been widely loved by audiences and critics alike across the world. Her brilliant performance has seen her sweep awards and accolades in India this year.
Hichki has also been receiving worldwide acclaim and honours. It received a standing ovation at the Shanghai International Film Festival (SIFF) and then at the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM) where Rani was again awarded the Best Actress award.
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