This will be the third release of the “Yamla, Pagla, Deewana” franchise and the trailer of this slapstick comedy which is undoubtedly going to impress the audiences. The Deols have been in the Film industry for decades, and their films have that rustic and rural flavor which endears to the audience.

Trailer a laugh riot

The trailer has Dharmendra as his usual self, getting drunk and hallucinating about ‘apsaras.’ Sunny is once again in his macho avatar and doles his ‘Dhai kilo ka hath’ for the baddies, and the youngest Bobby is the pearl of the eye and romances Kriti Kharbanda.

The trailer also features glimpses of Salman Khan and Rekha. Dharmendra Paji has always maintained cordial relations with everyone and hence has the whole industry at his feet such is the respect he commands. Thet trailer has got around 14 million views on Youtube so far after its release last week.

Speaking at the trailer launch, Dharmendra said that he had greatest regards for Salman Khan and recounted an earlier incident when he was shooting and the camera fell in a nearby lake and Salman jumped in the lake to retrieve it.

Together after twenty years

'Yamla Pagla Deewana' was released in 2011, which proved to be a box office hit. The sequel to this was released in 2013, but it got an average response.

The latest edition of the franchise has many stars in a guest appearance, and one of the songs features Shatrughan Sinha in his usual attire mouthing his famous words “Khamosh.”

It must be remembered that Dharmendra and Shatrughan Sinha are pairing after 20 years.

The duo has earlier worked in many films such as “Black Mail,” “Dosti” and “Badle Ki Aag.” Shatrughan will be playing the role of a Judge in the movie and Dharmendra play the role of a lawyer. "Yamla...." is scheduled to be released on August 31.

The Deol and the Sinha family have very close bonds, and Dharmendra treats Shatrughan as his younger brother.

“Yamla Pagla Deewana …” is helmed by Navneet Singh.

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