Watch: Hichki song 'Khol De Par' has Rani Mukerji in the spotlight as an inspirational teacher
Sung by Arijit Singh and composed by Jasleen Royal, the melody of Hichki's song — 'Khol De Par' — is upbeat and does full justice to the essence of the lyrics.
The third song from the OST of Rani Mukerji-starrer Hichki — 'Khol De Par' — was released on 7 March and it talks about aspirations, and how to work towards them.
Much like the previous two songs, 'Oye Hichki' and 'Madamji Go Easy', the latest outing from the film's OST is also a slice-of-life song that talks about real human emotions.
Sung by Arijit Singh and composed by Jasleen Royal, the melody of the song is upbeat and does full justice to the essence of the lyrics. It gives out a feel-good vibe and makes one understand the importance of positivity and optimism.
Mukerji plays a teacher in the film who takes the onus of bringing a bunch of brats back on track. She has her own issues though — she suffers from a speech disability known as Tourette's Syndrome. But she never lets this become a hurdle in her journey as a teacher and instead takes everything (including her disability) in a positive stride. She diligently teaches her students and makes them realise their worth.
The brats suddenly start having fun in their class lessons and start taking education seriously. They study in laboratories, under the night sky, on open terraces and even in Mumbai's BEST buses. Hichki, with this song, makes the proverb — If there's a will, there's a way — even more relevant.
Hichki is directed by Siddharth P Malhotra and produced by Maneesh Sharma under the banner of Yash Raj Films. It is slated to release on 23 March.
Watch the song here:
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