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Rani Mukerji's Hichki is having a golden run at the box office in China. The social drama with its rave reviews and positive word of mouth is performing exceptionally well at the ticket windows. The film has earned a grand total of Rs. 148.79 crore and is all set to enter the Rs. 150 crore club today.
Trade analyst Taran Adarsh took to his Twitter handle and posted, "#Hichki is on the threshold of ₹ 150 cr mark... Yes, you read it right... #Hichki has crossed $ 20 million mark [Day 24] in #China and is all set to cross ₹ 150 cr mark, as you read this [Day 25]... Total till 4 Nov 2018: $ 20.39 mn [₹ 148.79 cr]... Power of solid content!"
Speaking about the grand success in China, Rani Mukerji was earlier quoted as saying, "Good cinema has no language barriers and it connects with the hearts and minds of the audience. The success of 'Hichki' in China proves just that. We knew we had made a special film but for it to get so much love and acclaim from audiences across the globe is an extremely proud and humbling moment for all of us."
She had further added, "I congratulate my producer Maneesh Sharma and my director Siddharth P. Malhotra for creating a gem of a film whose universal message of love has been melting the hearts of audiences in China now.
Titled 'Teacher with Hiccup' for its Chinese release, Hichki released in China on 12th October. Making a special effort to ensure that this film with its universal theme and an extremely positive message resonates with Chinese audiences, Rani promoted the film extensively across leading Chinese cities like Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Guangzhou and Chengdu.
The film has also been receiving worldwide acclaim and honours ever since its release. 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 also bestowed the Best Actress award.