Total Dhamaal box office collection: Ajay Devgn, Madhuri Dixit's adventure comedy rakes in Rs 16.50 cr on opening day
According to trade analysts, Total Dhamaal has been performing well in the mass circuits
Indra Kumar's adventure comedy Total Dhamaal has amassed an impressive Rs 16.50 crore at the box office on the first day of release. According to trade analysts, the film has been performing well in the mass circuits.
#TotalDhamaal - non-holiday release - creates dhamaal on Day 1... Biz multiplies as day progresses... Mass circuits rocking... Metros/plexes witness upward trend... Biz should grow on Day 2 and contribute to a big total over the weekend... Fri ₹ 16.50 cr. India biz.
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) February 23, 2019
Total Dhamaal features a star-studded cast that comprises of Ajay Devgn, Anil Kapoor, Madhuri Dixit, Riteish Deshmukh, Arshad Warsi, Javed Jaffrey, Pitobash, Sanjay Mishra and Boman Irani. The film marks Madhuri's return to comedy and sees her opposite Anil Kapoor. The duo has worked together in films like Dil, Beta and Raja.
Taking the hit comedy franchise Dhamaal forward, Indra Kumar's film follows a group of conmen who constantly try to outwit one another to secure their plunder.
The film was recently embroiled in controversy over its remixed song 'Mungda'. Composer Rajesh Roshan and Lata Mangeshkar expressed their displeasure about Sonakshi Sinha's version of Helen's timeless number, following which Ajay Devgn said that the team is ready to apologise to Lata Mangeshkar if they have upset the legendary singer.
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