Mumbai [Maharashtra]: Actor and maker Dia Mirza shared some behind-the-scene photos of her shoot in Ladakh for the film ‘Dhak Dhak’, calling it ‘an experience of a lifetime’.
“This movie is an experience of a lifetime. Each day spent on this journey has given us the gift of grace. So grateful!” captioned the ‘Sanju’ actor on Instagram.
In the primary picture, Dia streaked an expansive grin while taking a selfie against the setting of a Ladakh religious community, encompassed by mountains. Dia gleamed in the image with next to no makeup and set her brunette wavy hair free as the sun beamed on her locks. She looked very smooth in the selfie.
With respect to the subsequent picture, Dia should have been visible wearing a sweater-like cloak having even prints. Under, she donned a dark high-neck sweatshirt, to beat the virus. The delightful foundation of slopes, blue skies, and mists, makes the image look quite aesthetic.
The actor also shared glimpses of Ladakh, sharing an image of the monastery, having the typical red doors, carved with various colourful motifs and curtains hanging from the top.
The fourth picture uncovered two children, probably having a place with the religious community, wearing Pandit caps and changing a rug.
Dia showed the stunning valley of Ladakh in the fifth picture with mountains on one or the other side and a stream in the middle between. The earthy colored slopes appearing differently in relation to the blue sky and stream gave genuine travel objectives.
Helmed by Tarun Dudeja, the film ‘Dhak Dhak’ has a place with the experience kind which follows the narrative of an excursion embraced by a young lady group. Aside from Dia herself, the film additionally stars Fatima Sana Shaikh, Ratna Pathak Shah, and Sanjana Sanghi in lead jobs.
A strong speaker, Dia even talked on the subject of ageism in Bollywood. She said that she feels freed and engaged by doing the job that has been coming as she would prefer.
“Ageism is something that we have to contend with and I am glad the opportunities that are coming my way today in so many ways have fixed this problem. It is a powerful recognition and intervention that I am playing the best parts of my life now when I am 40. This is just so amazing, liberating, empowering, and wonderful,” said the actor.