Dia Mirza with Ratna Pathak Shah, Sanjana Sanghi and Fatima Sana Shaikh. (courtesy: diamirzaofficial)
Dia Mirza is excited and has every reason to be. The actress and her Dhak Dhak co-stars are in Khardung La to shoot for their film. And, this makes them the first crew to ride from Delhi to Khardung La pass, Dia has shared in an Instagram post. A part of her caption read, “For now, we are celebrating the fact that we are the first film crew to ride from Delhi to Khardung La pass - the world's highest motorable pass.” FYI: Khardung La is the second-highest motorable pass in the world after Umlingla.
Coming back to Dia Mirza's happy upload now. In the image, the actress is with her co-stars Fatima Sana Sheikh, Ratna Pathak Shah and Sanjana Sanghi, all dressed in biking gear. Sharing the photo, Dia said, “I have been looking at this image and thinking to myself, did we really do this? Did we manage to truly make this happen? Yes, we did. You'll know what and how much this means to each of us when you watch Dhak Dhak.” Replying to the picture, actress Taapsee Pannu, who is producing the film, said, “Such champions,” with smile and clap emojis. Director Tahira Kashyap left a heart emoji.
Here is the post we are talking about:
A few days ago, Dia Mirza shared another set of pictures from the sets of Dhak Dhak, this time from Ladakh. The geotag points to Lamayuru Monastery in Ladakh. Along with images, Dia Mirza said, “This movie is an experience of a lifetime. Each day spent on this journey has given us the gift of grace. So grateful.” Taapsee Pannu was once again quick with her reply. She said, “You girls have done it with so much perseverance and love that I can't wait to see the output.”
Dia Mirza even celebrated International Yoga Day on the sets of the film. Sharing images from Koksar, Himachal Pradesh, Dia said, “Anywhere, anytime, on the go… meditation brings balance like nothing else can. Nature and yoga make life better in every possible way.”
An image of Dia Mirza from the sets of the film was also shared by the official Instagram page of Dhak Dhak, along with the caption, “Standing calm and composed before a million universes.”
Here's a video of Dia Mirza playing with an adorable lamb on the sets of the film. In the caption, she said, “Missing my little lamb #BTS #MammaAtWork #DhakDhak #DhakDhakJourney”
In the comments section, actress Aditi Rao Hydari said, “Oh my god… squish!” with a heart emoji.
Dhak Dhak is jointly produced by Taapsee Pannu's Outsiders Films along with Viacom18 Studios and BLM Pictures.