Eighty-two-year-old Dharmendra must travel from Punjab to Gujarat to fight an ongoing legal battle. But he has larger problems at hand – the state’s alcohol ban. When he describes Gujarat’s ‘dry’ climate, the sentence is helpfully punctuated by the pop of an alcohol bottle being opened. A song informs us that he drinks a litre of the stuff, ‘little by little’. Maybe that’s why he keeps seeing ghosts in this film, not directed by M. Night Shyamalan.
After a long day of pulling tractors across a field, taking out five baddies with a single punch and smashing holes through a concrete pillar using just his fist, Sunny Deol finds the time to hit the club with Dharmendra and Bobby Deol, where they sing about – what else – alcohol.
The trailer also features dodgy Gujarati accents, Bobby lying about his age and cameos by Rekha, Salman Khan and Sonakshi Sinha.
Directed by Navaniat Singh, and produced by Pen India Limited, Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se will release on 31 August.
Watch the trailer here: