We had toppers, students who did well, like me, and students who would barely manage passing marks. She would spend time with students, and teach us Julius Caesar in a manner that brought the story alive. This was invaluable learning for me and my character in Hichki will live this philosophy, this learning,” noted Rani. It’s very important to let children explore and figure out what they are good at – it could be academics, sports or the field of art. Mrs. Rani plays a common girl, who has an extraordinary situation and she stares down at the challenge and never backs off when others would mostly crumble. Malhotra and produced by Maneesh Sharma, Hichki will release across India on February 23. As school years are the most formative ones, it’s important for parents and teachers to let children fly at this stage. She made us live a story like it was happening in front of our eyes.”
She further added, “Our teachers were very friendly, informal and wouldn’t heap a lot of academic pressure on us. I learnt this from my teachers and I thank them for shaping me up the way I have today. But our teachers were never harsh on those who would fail or struggle to pass. Hichki is about the positive attitude of turning one’s weakness into a strength, and taking challenges head-on. Directed by Siddharth P. 2017-12-26T18:26:53+00:00″>
Published: December 26, 2017 6:26 pm
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According to the actor, the biggest lesson the teachers and parents can take today is that students should be able to express themselves freely at school. We had fun studying. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App School is the only space where one can express oneself freely, for once a child grows up, pressures of building a career and earning money will automatically emerge. “They should be able to fly. I remember growing up in a manner where we were never forced to chase high academic scores all the time. Dadarkar, our History and Literature teacher was excellent. Mrs.