Total Dhamaal won't release in Pakistan, Twitter asks makers to spare India the horror as well
Ajay Devgn announces Total Dhamaal will not release in Pakistan, but Twitterati have varied reactions to the news.
In the wake of Pulwama terror attacks that witnessed the death of 44 CRPF soldiers, the makers of Total Dhamaal had announced that the upcoming comedy will not be released in Pakistan.
Lead actor and producer of the film Ajay Devgn took to Twitter on Monday and announced the decision. “In light of the current situation the team of Total Dhamaal has decided to not release the film in Pakistan,” he tweeted. The entire crew of the film, including the actors, also pledged to donate Rs 50 lakh for the cause.
However, this act elicited different reactions from the netizens, who felt the release of the Total Dhamaal would have been a perfect punishment for Pakistan. Following are some of the hilarious reactions from Twitterati:
Finally. Something happened in favour of pakistan
— haunted grim (@hauntedgrim67) February 18, 2019
This is awful news for the 5 people in Pakistan who were going to watch Total Dhamaal. https://t.co/DCp0sj4lPD
— Haider K Abbasi (@HaiderKAbbasi) February 18, 2019
We are "devastated". Have some mercy. 😂 — Asfandyar Bhittani (@BhittaniKhannnn) February 18, 2019
Actually releasing it might have been a more apt ‘punishment’ Riteish!
— Saleem (@saleem_ahmed) February 18, 2019
They should consider not releasing it India as well keeping tourture to the audiences in mind.
— Umesh Rakheja (@umeshrakheja) February 18, 2019
Directed by Indra Kumar, Total Dhamaal features an ensemble cast of Ajay Devgn, Madhuri Dixit, Arshad Warsi, Javed Jaffrey, Anil Kapoor and Riteish Deshmukh. The film, jointly produced by Devgn and Fox Star Studios, will release in India on 22 February.
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