John Abraham Supports Taapsee Pannu’s “Dhak Dhak” Production, Advocating For Women In Film

The official trailer of Taapsee Pannu’s production venture, “Dhak Dhak,” has recently been unveiled. This film boasts a stellar cast featuring Ratna Pathak Shah, Dia Mirza, Fatima Sana Sheikh, and Sanjana Sanghi.

John Abraham Extends Support

John Abraham extends his support to Taapsee Pannu's "Dhak Dhak" production, emphasizing the importance of women in the film industry.

Shortly after the release of the official trailer, Bollywood actor John Abraham took to Instagram to commend the film. He expressed his passion for motorcycles and linked it to the film’s title, “Dhak Dhak,” highlighting the synchronicity between the heart and a motorcycle’s piston. John Abraham also emphasized the importance of women taking the lead in their own lives and encouraged breaking gender stereotypes related to motorcycling.

Taapsee Pannu’s Gratitude

Taapsee Pannu, the producer and lead actor of “Dhak Dhak,” responded to John Abraham’s post on her Instagram story. She expressed her gratitude for his encouraging words and acknowledged the challenges the team faced while following their hearts throughout the film’s journey.

About “Dhak Dhak”

“Dhak Dhak” is directed by Tarun Dudeja and written by Dudeja along with Parijat Joshi. It is produced by Taapsee Pannu, Ajit Andhare, Kevin Vaz, and Pranjal Khandhdiya. The film features a remarkable ensemble cast, including Fatima Sana Sheikh, Ratna Pathak Shah, Sanjana Sanghi, and Dia Mirza. The theatrical release of “Dhak Dhak” is scheduled for October 13.

John Abraham’s support for Taapsee Pannu’s production venture “Dhak Dhak” highlights the significance of women leading their lives and breaking stereotypes. The film’s official trailer release has generated excitement among audiences, with its theatrical debut just around the corner on October 13.

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