The actor will be seen alongside Ratna Pathak Shah, Dia Mirza, and Fatima Sana Shaikh in the film.
Sanjana Sanghi didn't know who would be with her in the movie when she gave Dhak Dhak her OK, and the actor also had no idea how to ride a bullet. Since the Taapsee Pannu-backed road trip film began production more than a month ago, Sanghi has gotten comfortable riding a bike. She is happy to share the screen alongside seasoned actors, namely Ratna Pathak Shah, Dia Mirza, and Fatima Sana Shaikh. The cast has been a source of excitement for her.
During an interaction with Mid Day, the actor said that the performers are so confident, talented, and supportive of one another. They have a blast when we design a scene, and it's fun to see four women in one frame. They require more of this imagery in Hindi movies, and biking in the mountains is a wonderful experience. Sanghi revealed that she scratched herself and broke her nails, but movies like this alter perceptions. The actor is happy to have been cast in Tarun Dudeja's all-female drama.
The film began its run in Delhi in May before moving on to Uttar Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh. The group has now arrived in Ladakh, where they are shooting at Khardung La, the world's highest motorable pass. Sanghi is getting stronger as a result of riding a bullet over the dangerous terrain.
Sanghi further shared that she picked up biking for the movie, adding that a boy comes to mind when we think about the Bullet. Her fitness and recent experience in an action movie, Rashtra Kavach: Om, gave her the confidence to succeed. Sanghi revealed that she has never been motivated by outcomes. One has to be honest while making movies, and she hopes that comes across on screen.
Talking about her latest outing, Rashtra Kavach: OM, the film stars Aditya Roy Kapur in the lead role and hit the big screens on Friday.