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Total Dhamaal, that’s how Ajay Devgn and Madhuri Dixit’s recent release is performing at the box office. Indra Kumar’s directorial venture is busy casting its spell at the ticket windows.The film is now gallpoing towards the Rs 100-crore club.
New Delhi: February 28, 2019 12:51 IST Total Dhamaal is unstoppable at the box office.Total Dhamaal, that’s how Ajay Devgn and Madhuri Dixit’s recent release is performing at the box office.Indra Kumar’s directorial venture is busy casting its spell at the ticket windows. With each passing day, Total Dhamaal is inching towards the Rs 100-crore club.After crossing the Rs 80-crore on in 5 days, Total Dhamaal is refusing to slow down.After a fabulous 4 day collection, the film made Rs 8.75 crore on Tuesday. Wednesday was no less.
The film Rs 7.05 crore, thus taking the total to Rs 88.05 crore.The third instalment in the Dhamaal franchise brings Anil Kapoor and Madhuri Dixit together after 19 years.Anil in a recent interview to an entertainment portal opened up on film’s success. He said, “I’m so thrilled to see how much people are enjoying Total Dhamaal.We set out to make an out-and-out family entertainer and judging by audiences’ response, we seem to be accomplishing that mission. It was such a blast making the film and I’m so happy that the fun has spilled onto the screen and into people’s hearts.”Directed by Indra Kumar, Total Dhamaal also stars Riteish Deshmukh, Johnny Lever, Arshad Warsi, Jaaved Jaaferi, Boman Irani, Sanjay Mishra and Esha Gupta in key roles.The film tells the tale of ten people, rushing to the Janakpur zoo to look for Rs 50 crore worth of booty.
India Today reviewer Lakshana Palat gave the film 2 stars out of 5 and said, “The little respite in this adventure-comedy is the pairing of Anil Kapoor and Madhuri Dixit, who prove that they still have the same impeccable chemistry and partnership almost two decades later. While Ajay Devgn gives a fair performance with his poorly written character and punches, it’s surprisingly the otherwise fantastic Sanjay Mishra who is a letdown.
Overall, the film fails with its comedy and punch-lines and leaves you with a headache.”