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All Is Well Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Friday, August 21, 2015 • Hindi ]
All Is Well Review
T-Series Super Cassettes Industries Ltd
Abhishek Bachchan, Asin, Rishi Kapoor, Smriti Irani
Umesh Shukla
Bhushan Kumar

OH My God.. Shukla tune kya kiya..nothing seems to be well in this hell of a blunder. An apology in the name of a comedy 'All Is Well' helmed by Oh My God fame Umesh Shukla is a proposed laughter gone terribly wrong.

Taking the audience for granted and believing them to be suffering from Alzheimers, 'All Is Well' starring Rishi Kapoor, Abhishek Bachchan, Asin and Supriya Pathak is a tiresome boredom right from the word go.

Sumit Arora and Niren Bhatt write a script that demands an ICU after the first reel is ignored and the audience is forced to watch a feeble humourless road trip that fails to entertain. Inder Bhalla ( Abhishek Bachchan)leaves his parents Mr. Bhalla (Rishi Kapoor) and Mrs Bhalla (SupriyaPathak) and his father’s bakery in his hekadi (proud) to become a musician..

Away from his parents for a decade, Inder is struggling in the pubs of Pattaya to make his mark as a musician. While his girlfriend Rimi (Asin) is dreaming to marry the struggling musician. Inder however is not in favour of such commitments.

A call from local weird gang lord played by Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub lands Inder back to his town in Kausauli along with Rimi who is scheduled to get married very soon. What follows is an exercise of your patience, insipid laughter’s and a ho hum on parents and parenting.

Piku had this idea with the feeling of a Basu da, Rishi da entertainer. 'All Is Well' is somewhat similar in idea but seem to have a David Dhawan, Annez Bazmee feeling in execution that horribly goes wrong. Tong tong.

Baby.. does it sing any song of praise.. nope it’s such a fake in its take that reduces the brilliance of Rishi Kapoor to a shor machao (hamming) papa, Supriya Pathak seems to have visualize the outcome and gone for a shock as an Alzheimers patient with only a stunned look on her face.

Abhishek and Asin too just sign the muster. The music seems to be coming just for the sake of it.

Conclusion: 'All Is Well' is an apology in the name of comedy. A tiresome, tedious watch it’s a big let down from the maker of 'Oh My God'.



Rating: 2.00 / 5.0

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