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Dia Mirza beats the 47 degree temperature with a lovely picture from the sets of Dhak Dhak

Dia Mirza took to her social media account and shared a lovely picture hugging co-star Fatima Sana Shaikh also giving fans an insight at the temperature they have been shooting in.

Published: Monday,May 23, 2022 12:12 PM GMT-06:00
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Dia Mirza

The scorching heat is taking its toll on our lives, but our actors are proving every day that they must continue working on their projects regardless of the temperature. Dia Mirza uploaded a picture from the set of her forthcoming film Dhak Dhak on Instagram.

The filming took place in Greater Noida, when it was 47 degrees. in the picture she  can be seen beaming and embracing her co-star Fatima Sana Shaikh. Dia donned a burqa in the shot, while Fatima was clad in a rust T-shirt, jacket, and denims. In Uttar Pradesh, Dia geotagged the site as Noida Extension, Greater Noida West.


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The caption of the post read, "Safar mein na suffer karne ka ek hee ilaaj hain. Pyaar. Temperature on the day was only 47degrees!!! #DhakDhakJourney #BTS #TravelWithDee" She also tagged all her co-stars in the caption. 

Taapsee Pannu reacted to the post with a hot face emoji. Dia recently shared a picture on her Instagram handle which also starred Ratna Pathak shah and Sanjana Sanghi. She captioned the shot of them riding bikes, "So excited about this new journey. Join the ride of a lifetime with Dhak Dhak, as four women ride to the highest motorable pass in the world on an exciting journey of self discovery!"

The road trip movie is directed by Tarun Dudeja and produced by Viacom18 Studios and Taapsee Pannu's Outsiders Films. Tarun and Parijat Joshi co-wrote the story.

Talking about her co production, Taapsee Pannu stated that they aspire to produce films that are meaningful and enjoyable. they tried to create a visual experience that audiences had never seen before on screen. Dhak Dhak tells the narrative of four women who discover that freedom must be earned rather than granted.


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