Will Taapsee Pannu’s ‘Dhak Dhak’ set a unique example of women’s empowerment?


Even after seeing the huge success of South Cinema, it seems that Bollywood doesn’t have a lesson. That is why South Cinema is creating panic across the country through new content while Bollywood is still in the business of making formula based movies. Anyway, there is a trend in Bollywood, once the formula becomes a hit, the list of movies made in it becomes long. As if there was an age of romantic movies. After that came the era of patriotic and religious films, then historical and biographical films began to be made. Many filmmakers also have their own scenographic formula. Most of all he likes to make movies based on that. Like producer, director and actor Farhan Akhtar, who last year announced his new movie ‘Jee Le Zara’, which is based on the story of three women whose lives are discovered through a road trip. The actress Taapsee Pannu also brings a similar film, whose name is ‘Dhak Dhak’. However, she does not act in this film, but in the role of producer.

Fatima Sana Shaikh, Ratna Pathak Shah, Dia Mirza and Sanjana Sanghi have leading roles in the movie ‘Dhak Dhak’. Actress Taapsee Pannu is producing the film ‘Dhak Dhak’ in association with ‘Viacom 18’ studios. Her story is written by Parijat Joshi and Tarun Dudeja. Tarun Dudeja has also directed it. Tarun Dudeja is first in the role of an actor, then a writer, and now a director. He is known for Unposed (2020), Listener (2015), and Jugaadistan (2022). How much they can live up to Taapsee’s trust, only time will tell. By the way, Viacom 18 Studios has a good track record of making films based on women’s empowerment. From ‘Kahaani’, ‘Queen’, ‘Mary Kom’ to ‘Padmavat’, credit goes to this production company for portraying powerful female characters. On the other hand, being associated with Taapsee as a producer also builds trust. Because Taapsee herself has proven herself by working on many female-centric movies. Who can forget her movies ‘Mulk’, ‘Pink’, ‘Tappad’, ‘Rashmi Rocket’ and ‘Badla’. In all these films, Taapsee has appeared as a strong character.

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The film ‘Dhak-Dhak’ is a moving story of four women, who break away from their everyday life and go on a bicycle trip. Through this journey the four women have set out to find themselves. During this, he reaches such a stage, which completely changes his life. Fatima Sana Shaikh, Ratna Pathak Shah, Dia Mirza, and Sanjana Sanghi will be seen in the role of these women as Azad. About the film, Taapsee Pannu says, “At Outsiders Films, our goal is to create films that are meaningful and entertaining at the same time. We have tried to give the audience an experience with this film that they rarely see on screen. Dhak Dhak tells the story of four women who feel that freedom is everyone’s right and should never be given up. ‘Chashme Baddoor’, ‘Shabash Mithu’ and now ‘Dhak Dhak’ Viacom 18 Studios has been a very important part of my life. journey in the film industry so far. In Viacom 18 Studios and Ajith, we have a partner who has a different vision for different cinema. I’m sure this journey of ours will turn out to be a wonderful journey.”

The film’s four female characters manage to make history by reaching the highest passable road on their bikes. From here she gives a strong message of empowerment of women to the whole world. For information, let us tell you that the highest motorable road in the world has been built by India itself. Its name is Mana Pass Road. This highway is located in the Chamoli-Garhwal district of Uttarakhand, near the Chinese border, at an altitude of 19,300 feet. From this pass, there is also a way to reach Mansarovar and Kailash mountain located in China. The credit for making this road goes to the Border Roads Organization (BRO). The current state of this path can be understood in such a way that it is higher than the base camp of Mount Everest. The northern base camp in Tibet is at an altitude of 16,900 feet, while the southern base camp in Nepal is at 17,598 feet. The summit of Mount Everest is just over 29,000 feet high. The record for climbing the world’s highest traversable road on a bicycle is held by Guwahati resident Meenakshi Das, who made this difficult journey with her husband.

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