In Dhak Dhak, four regular women embarked on an amazing trip to reach the highest motorable road in the world.
This week, OTT will premiere the road trip adventure film Dhak Dhak, which was released in October this year. The film stars the four leading ladies, including Ratna Pathak Shah, Dia Mirza, Fatima Sana Shaikh, and Sanjana Sanghi. Dhak Dhak will be out on Netflix this Friday, December 8, 2023.
Tarun Dudeja directed the film, with the screenplay written by Parijat Joshi and Anvita Dutt. Four women leave New Delhi on motorcycles and embark on the journey of a lifetime, taking them to Ladakh, the location of the highest pass in the world. The film is inspired by a real-life event.
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Dia Mirza's reflections on Dhak Dhak:
Earlier, while talking about being a part of Dhak Dhak, Dia penned a heartfelt note on her Instagram page. She stated, "Yes, it took 110 years for Indian cinema to tell a story like 'Dhak Dhak'. to put women like Mahi, Uzma, Sky, and Manjari in one frame. to depict women driving their narratives, in charge of their trajectories, and determined to choose courage over fear. agency over authority. Every. Single. Time. (sic)"
While thanking the team, the actor went on to write, "Thank you, @dudeja_sahaab, @parijat_joshi, and @anvita_dee, for writing this women-led story of feminine power. Thank you, @taapsee and @pranjalnk, for giving this film your ALL. for believing in this film. In us. #OutsiderFilms And the CREW! You made it possible for us to live this story. to be this story despite extreme weather conditions, tough terrain, and dizzying altitudes. (sic)"
Dia concluded by penning, "My gratitude also goes to the mountains that watched over us and kept us humble. And to the forces that came together to bring all of this together so that we could laugh, cry, and reach out for the skies with our hearts beating in unison. And I know that the audience will discover it too. This film is not only a journey of a lifetime but also a joyfully, fearlessly beating heart. (sic)"
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