All Is Well Movie Review

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All Is Well Movie Review

Release Dt : Aug, 21 2015
  • Banner  :

    T-Series, Alchemy productions

  • Director  :

    Umesh Shukla

  • Producer  :

    Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar

  • Music  :

    Himesh Reshammiya, Amaal Mallik

  • Cinema Rating  :

    1.5 1.5

  • Cinematography  :

    Sameer Arya

  • Editing by  :

    Sanjay Sankla

  • Starring  :

    Abhishek Bachchan, Asin, Rishi Kapoor, Supriya Pathak

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All Is Well Story

The film opens and slides into a backstory of a traumatic childhood of Inder Bhalla (Bachchan), who escapes an abusive father (Rishi Kapoor) and moves to Bangkok to pursue his dreams of becoming a singer. Kapoor is the debt-ridden Bhajanlal Bhalla, running a loss-making bakery in Kasol and finds pleasure in blaming his wife Pammi (Supriya Pathak) for all the problems in his life.

However, in short of money, a bitter Inder returns to Kasol a decade later when an opportunity arises to make some fast cash by selling his father's bakery. Furthermore, the sub-plot of his failed romance with Nimmi (Asin), due to an aversion to commitment following his parents' own failed marriage, unfolds.

All Is Well Analysis :

All Is Well Movie Review

The humour might have been written after watching Bollywood 90’s collection, hence is old and tired. Continuity takes a toss with teleport being a common fold in the film. Things disappear out of the frame and come back in the next and do not ask for more, that is actually more entertaining to spot than anything else in the film.

The film runs on a formula, hence a few goons chase them heroes for a repayment of loans Rishi Kapoor must have made. Followed by some cops and in between comes item songs in which Abhishek is seen dancing his signature steps. For the better of plot, a runaway bride and some family melodrama makes it a Bollywood potboiler, and slowly everything fades away to make the film jarring.

With All Is Well, every craft is taken care of intricately, only the screenplay was left to the dogs. The film, a comedy of errors, produced by Bhushan Kumar and Shyam Bajaj is an error itself, for it lacks pace and a feeler. Actually, what were they thinking?

All Is Well Performance :

Abhishek Bachchan has a knack for acting and had essayed some brilliant roles earlier with Yuva and Guru. However, he seems to have lost the zeal and thunder in both performance and choosing scripts. Supriya Pathak’s prowess and talent are wasted in 'All is Well'. Asin becomes the glam doll and is just another pretty face to fill in the heroine's shoes.

Kapoor and Bachchan outdo each other on who can scream the loudest for the audience. While the former appears to genuinely make an effort at acting, the latter has come down compared to the earlier films.Chima (Ayub Khan) , has done a decent job in the acting department. All others have been decent with their work.



Final Word: 


All Is Well offers nothing new and is incredibly bad film in the recent times. A film that should be completely ignored.


All Is Well Movie Review