After having the audience in splits with 2007 hit film Dhamaal, the comical five some of Riteish Deshmukh, Jaaved Jaffery, Arshad Warsi, Ashish Chaudhary and Sanjay Dutt have returned with a double dose of entertainment in the sequel Double Dhamaal.

Directed by Indra Kumar, the movie co-produced by Reliance Entertainment and Maruti International, has new additions to the cast, namely Kangana Ranaut and Mallika Sherawat.

The story of Double Dhamaal starts where it ended in Dhamaal, when they donate all the money that they had acquired. The four good for nothing jokers -- Roy (Riteish ), Manav (Jaaved), Adi (Arshad) and Boman (Aashish Chowdhary) who still dream of a good life where they can fulfil all their life’s desires without doing anything much.

Enter their old arch-nemesis and corrupt inspector Kabir (Sanjay), who is no longer a cop and is now leading a luxurious life. He drives a Mercedes, has a posh office and lives in a villa. After seeing all the comfort and luxury in Kabir's life, Roy, Manav, Adi and Boman feel jealous and decide come what may, they will share his fortune.

However, they are unaware that their quest to turn their dreams into a reality will turn into a nightmare as Kabir has his own agenda, only shared by his wife Kamini (Mallika Sherawat) and his sister Kiya (Kangana Ranaut).

Another highlight of the movie is that after "Munni" and "Sheila", sultry Mallika is seen giving competition to Malaika Arora Khan and Katrina Kaif as “Jalebi Bai” with her item song.

The music of the film is given by composer Anand Raj Anand and he has done a fairly good job.

The other highlight of the film is Aashish, who dons the garb of a woman and tries seducing Sanjay Dutt in the movie. All the actors have once again done a good and convincing job and “Double Dhamaal” promises to live up to it’s name.
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