New Delhi: Yesteryear`s Bollywood heartthrob Dharmendra, who is all set to tickle funny bones alongwith sons Sunny and Bobby in the upcoming release `Yamla Pagla Diwana`, says the film will give a glimpse of characters he has played in the past thirty years of his career.
Set to release on January 14, `Yamla...` has the three Deols share screen space once again after the emotional drama `Apne`, which released in 2007.
"The audience will get to watch the Dharmendra of the last thirty years," the 75-year-old actor told reporters here.
"We waited long for a good comic script. We have tried to do something different here. After `Apne`, we wanted to make the audience roll with laughter. Yamla... will be a muscular comedy with three macho men," said Dharmendra, who was in the capital on Thursday with sons Sunny and Bobby.
Directed by Samir Karnik, the film is a comedy of confusions where the trio will be seen in an avatar different from their action ones.
"Papa has completed 50 years in the film industry. This film is a gift to him from us," said Bobby.
Known for his action films, Sunny`s foray into comedy has not been tough. "I find difficulty in dancing, apart from that I can do anything," laughed the `Ghayal` actor.
The media shy Deol trio has taken to aggressive promotion of their film after realising that it is the call of the time. "We can scream well in films. So we are blowing our own trumpet," said Sunny.
The film also stars actress Kulraj Randhawa of the TV show `Kareena Kareena` fame alongwith Nafisa Ali, Anupam Kher, Mukul Dev and Johnny Lever.