This Article is From Jan 21, 2019

Total Dhamaal Trailer: Ajay Devgn, Anil Kapoor And Madhuri Dixit's Film Has Few Funny Moments

In the three-minute trailer of Total Dhamaal, you'll laugh maybe once or twice

Total Dhamaal Trailer: Ajay Devgn, Anil Kapoor And Madhuri Dixit's Film Has Few Funny Moments

Total Dhamaal Trailer: A still from the film. (Image courtesy: YouTube)


  • Riteish Deshmukh, Arshad Warsi, Jaaved Jaaferi are reprising their roles
  • The film's release date was shifted from December 2018 to February 22
  • Total Dhamaal is directed by Indra Kumar
New Delhi:

The trailer of Total Dhamaal hit the Internet on Monday afternoon and it appears to be a half-hearted attempt to make a comedy film. Directed by Indra Kumar, the film features Anil Kapoor, Madhuri Dixit, Ajay Devgn, Arshad Warsi, Riteish Deshmukh, Sanjay Mishra, Esha Gupta and Boman Irani, among others. Total Dhamaal is about a treasure hunt of sorts which divides the star cast of the film into smaller groups, all of whom want the treasure for themselves. They all opt for separate paths with their own challenges. The three-minute trailer, which also gives a glimpse of the promotional track Paisa Yeh Paisa featuring Sonakshi Sinha, has few funny moments.

Watch the trailer of Total Dhamaal:

Total Dhamaal is the third film in Indra Kumar's Dhamaal film series. Riteish Deshmukh, Arshad Warsi and Jaaved Jaaferi are reprising their roles while Anil Kapoor, Ajay Devgn, Madhuri Dixit and Esha Gupta are the new additions. Sanjay Mishra skipped the second film in the series.

Actor Aamir Khan, who directed Total Dhamaal's mahurat shot, reportedly also has a special appearance in the movie.

Total Dhamaal was earlier scheduled to open in theatres in December 2018 but the release date was moved to February 22 due to exhaustive special effects. Speaking to IANS about the film's delay, Jaaved Jaaferi had said: "There are lots of special effects in it and it was consuming lot of time... They didn't want to compromise on anything that is the reason why they shifted it to February."

(With inputs from IANS)