Dhak Dhak revolves around a group of women going on a bike trip. Before Jee Le Zaraa arrives, this seems to be worth a watch. Dhak Dhak trailer of Taapsee Pannu’s maiden production Dhak Dhak is finally out and is enough to bring a smile to the viewer’s face. A never-seen-before story in Indian cinema, Dhak Dhak brings a bunch of four women, all different from each other, daring to ride bikes to world’s highest motorable road, the Khardungla Pass. And the trailer confirms it’s not going to be preachy but an entertaining ride.
The impressive trailer introduces the four characters one by one. Ratna Pathak Shah plays the Biker Nani who knows how to shut trolls in her own style. She shares her dream of riding to the ‘pilgrimage of bikers’ Khardung La Pass with Fatima Sana Shaikh, who plays travel blogger Sky, and promises her that she will make her fulfil her dream. As their bike breaks down, they find an unusual bike expert in Dia Mirza’s Uzma, ‘a jugaadu mechanic’ who plays a housewife during the day. They are finally joined by Sanjana Sanghi’s Manjari, who is a first time solo traveler.