Bollywood actress Rani Mukerji is all set to make her comeback in Bollywood with the film 'Hichki'. The film is based on a teacher who has Tourette syndrome and has been inspired by motivational speaker Brad Cohen. He recently shared his story with the media and said, “I was 10 years old when the medical condition started and I knew that I am different. But my mother never made me feel like one because she said if you have a positive attitude you can win the battle. Growing up with Tourette syndrome was not easy. I was always pushed into a corner.”
“Nobody trusted my potential. But I knew that I will be a teacher when I grow up. I wanted to tell everyone whether you are dealing with Tourette syndrome or any other challenges in life there is a way to face them and not to give up,” he added. “In my childhood, nobody understood me in school. My teachers had no confidence in me and that used to affect my confidence. Now that I learnt to overcome my challenges in life, I want to stand by my every student and other people who are facing any kind of disorder that is creating an obstacle in their lives,” he continued.
Talking about Rani and her films, he said, “Yes I watched one film where she played a role of a disabled girl ('Black'), and the way she performed I realised she is very empathetic towards others.” 'Hichki' is slated to release on March 23. Stay tuned for more updates.