Director Indra Kumar‘s Total Dhamaal continues to perform well at the Box Office. The Ajay Devgn starrer had a good Monday. The film garnered Rs 9.85 crore on Monday, February 25, taking the total collection to Rs 72.25 crore. The comedy-drama has already crossed Rs 60 crore at Box Office in its first weekend. With the latest collections, it’s expected to rake in a moolah of around Rs 90 crore in its first week.

Trade analyst Taran Adarsh took to Twitter to share the latest Box Office details of Total Dhamaal. He wrote, “#TotalDhamaal puts up a winning total on Day 4 [Mon]… Mass pockets/single screens are exceptional… Metros/plexes are healthy… Eyes ₹ 90 cr+ total in Week 1… Fri 16.50 cr, Sat 20.40 cr, Sun 25.50 cr, Mon 9.85 cr. Total: ₹ 72.25 cr. India biz.” (sic)

The film has been especially appreciated by kids and family audience. Total Dhamaal has been deemed as a clean entertainer despite receiving bad reviews from the film critics. Apart from Ajay, it also features Madhuri Dixit, Anil Kapoor, Riteish Deshmukh, Arshad Warsi, Jaaved Jaaferi and Johny Lever in important roles.

Total Dhamaal‘s overseas collection is also impressive. The film has raked in Rs 24.16 crore in its first weekend at overseas.

The film, which is a jungle drama was released on February 22. It’s a third film in the popular Dhamaal franchise. Earlier, talking about choosing to do comedies and how he trusts Indra Kumar with Total Dhamaal, Ajay told Mumbai Mirror, “It’s not about the franchise, it’s always about the script. Total Dhamaal makes you laugh and I want to be associated with clean comedies that appeal to families. As an actor, one looks out for things that have not been done before, Yes, there have been instances when I thought a film would work and it didn’t or even when I realised we weren’t achieving what we had set out to. The failure is always at the script level.”

He added, “This one had an interesting premise and since the script excited me, I was happy to come on board. Induji (Indra Kumar) has made some really funny films in the past, and I am hopeful we will succeed in tickling the funny bone this time too.”