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Total Dhamaal has many stars and so much masala: Director Indra Kumar

Total Dhamaal is the third film in the Dhamaal franchise. Director Indra Kumar spoke on keeping the comic element intact and roping in actors like Anil Kapoor, Madhuri Dixit and Ajay Devgn.

Total Dhamaal director Indra Kumar: Don't think I will ever get good reviews for my films

In Indra Kumar's Total Dhamaal, Ritesh, Arshad, Aashish and Javed will be seen reprising their roles, while Ajay Devgn, Anil Kapoor and Madhuri Dixit Nene are the new entrants.

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Total Dhamaal trailer launch highlights: Anil, Ajay and Madhuri in 'wildest adventure of the year'

Total Dhamaal stars Anil Kapoor, Madhuri Dixit, Ajay Devgn, Arshad Warsi, Riteish Deshmukh and Javed Jaffrey among others. The Indra Kumar directorial is the sequel to 2011 film Double Dhamaal and the third installment in the Dhamaal franchise.

Total Dhamaal first poster: Ajay, Madhuri, Anil and others gear up for a wild adventure

Total Dhamaal is the sequel to 2011 film Double Dhamaal and the third installment in the Dhamaal franchise. Anil Kapoor, Madhuri Dixit and Ajay Devgn have joined the cast of the Indra Kumar directorial.

Indra Kumar confirms directing Hera Pheri 3: It's an honour to work with Akshay, Suniel and Paresh Rawal

Director Indra Kumar confirmed with indianexpress.com that he will be helming Hera Pheri 3. The director has comedies like Masti, Grand Masti and Dhamaal in his kitty apart from other blockbusters like Dil, Beta and Ishq.

I don't react to criticism: Indra Kumar

After sex comedy 'Grand Masti', Indra Kumar is coming up with family drama 'Super Naani'.

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I can't cast Aamir Khan in 'Dil 2', says Indra Kumar

Director Indra Kumar says he can't cast the superstar Aamir Khan in ithe sequel to 'Dil'.

Saroj Khan to choreograph classical number for Rekha starrer

After 16 years Saroj Khan has teamed up with director Indra Kumar for the Rekha starrer film.

'Grand Masti' takes country by storm

Youngsters are thronging theatres in droves to watch the certifiable sex comedy.

Limp and Lame

The film doesn’t even make a stab at a plot,not even a sliver-thin one.

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