Total Dhamaal first look poster unveiled; Ajay Devgn announces trailer will be launched on 21 January
Total Dhamaal first look poster sees the ensemble cast stand in a queue, as shadows of wild animals serve as the backdrop.
The first look poster of Total Dhamaal has been unveiled, along with the announcement that the trailer will be launched on 21 January.
Ajay Devgn shared the poster and described it as "the wildest adventure ever". Anil Kapoor described the film as a "ride will be full of fun and madness".
— Ajay Devgn (@ajaydevgn) January 18, 2019
Witness an adventure like never before... This ride will be full of fun, madness and ofcourse #TotalDhamaal. Trailer out on 21st January.@ADFFilms @Indra_kumar_9 @foxstarhindi @saregamaglobal pic.twitter.com/dED6uTktY7 — Anil Kapoor (@AnilKapoor) January 18, 2019
The poster shows the ensemble cast, including Ajay, Anil, Madhuri Dixit, Johnny Lever, Arshad Warsi, Jaaved Jaaferi and Riteish Deshmukh standing in a cue, shadows of wild animals in the backdrop.
Devgn earlier shared the first glimpse from Total Dhamaal, where Crystal, the capuchin monkey who has also starred in big Hollywood films like Hangover II and Night at the Museum, was seen perched on his shoulder.
Total Dhamaal is the third film in the comedy entertainer franchise Dhamaal. The second film was Double Dhamaal. It is directed by Inder Kumar. Initially scheduled to hit cinemas in December 2018, the release date was shifted to 22 February, and it will now release alongside Kangana Ranaut-Rajkummar Rao-starrer Mental Hai Kya.
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