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Ratna, Dia, Fatima and Sanjana bicker and support each other on an extraordinary cycling trip to Khardung La

Dhak Dhak was produced by Taapsee Pannu, who seems to have distanced himself from the film due to the poor promotional strategy of co-producers Viacom18 Studios.

The trailer for Dhak Dhak, starring Ratna Pathak Shah, Dia Mirza, Fatima Sana Shaikh and Sanjana Sanghi, was released on Monday, October 9, just days before its theatrical release this Friday. The film features four ordinary women who unite for an extraordinary journey filled with emotions, adventures and discoveries as they cycle from Delhi to Khardung La.

The official YouTube video contains the following description: “Four ordinary women embark on an extraordinary journey to the highest motorable road in the world. The journey helps them rediscover themselves and creates a bond for life. #DhakDhak at the cinema October 13, 2023 .”

Hearing about Dhak Dhak, John Abraham, known for his love of bikes, took to his social media to congratulate the creators of Dhak Dhak. The actor not only shared the trailer but also wrote a touching note. The Dhoom actor wrote, “Motorcycling is in my heart and I believe I can ride better than walk. I have always been in love with motorcycles, so much so that I tuned one of my motorcycles way that the sound of the piston was synchronized with the beating of my heart. Every time I sat on it, there was a feeling of synchronization, where I became one with my bike and our hearts beat together . I’m told that’s exactly the philosophy behind the title Dhak Dhak. It’s my idea of ​​romance.”

“A big thank you to Taapsee and Pranjal for having the courage to produce such content. A film like this is so special. It’s high time we see many more women leading their own lives. I wish the women go out there and kick out the “The idea that women can’t ride. I always wanted everyone to make motorcycling a part of their lifestyle. The film isn’t just about celebrating cycling, it’s about celebrating life. So if I was a woman or if I was someone who wanted to celebrate life, I would do it with Dhak Dhak,” added the cycling enthusiast.

Dhak Dhak is produced by Viacom18 Studios in collaboration with Taapsee Pannu and Pranjal Khandhdiya’s Outsider Films, in association with BLM Pictures. Directed by Tarun Dudeja and co-written by Parijat Joshi and Tarun Dudeja, the film will collide at the box office with three other films named Guthlee Ladoo, Bhawan Bharose and Darran Choo.

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