All The Best - Reviews
Starring :Ajay Devgan, Asrani, Bipasha Basu, Fardeen Khan, Mugdha Godse, Sanjay Dutt
Director :Rohit Shetty
Producer :Ajay Devgan
All The Best - Full Of Fun And Joy
Veer is in love with Vidya (Mugdha Godse) but has qualified in the hate list of her father. Prem is happily married to Jhanvi (Bipasha Basu) who takes care of his ancestor's out dated Gymnasium. Veer and Prem land up in debts as they had opted for a short-cut to earn easy money.
The two get into a bigger soup when Veer's step-brother, Dharam pays a sudden visit to their place. Time does not give a chance and unavoidable circumstances arouse such situations that Prem's wife Jhanvi is mistaken for Veer's and Veer's girlfriend for Prem's.
What unfolds next is a series of comedy of errors leading to unexpected turmoils with fun-fare.
Rohit Shetty never seems to strain himself in experimenting serious motifs over the screens. But, ‘Comedy’ is the most complicated genre a filmmaker should handle with. With this term, Rohit gears up with fortitudes on delivering not-so rib-tickling ones, but sort of elements that keeps you smiling for next hours. Altho’ you’re exposed to what the film is all about merely within few moments, it really drags you out in pre-intermission part. But when there’s Sanju, things start taking a different course of action. Ajay Devgn sways around with comedic one-liners and best gestures. Watch him emoting to flummoxing scenarios with Sanjay Dutt, he enthralls out making us a thigh-slapper. Fardeen Khan previous Friday ‘Acid Factory’ won him credits on a serious role and this time he makes it appealing on a contrastive character. Sanjay Dutt carries off his portions with an ease and unstrained manner while Bipasha Basu adds nothing big on the screens except her usual funda of glam-show. Mugdha Godse fails to impress us with her minimal role and she could’ve got yet more prominence. Blame Rohit Shetty for it.
Rohit Shetty brings you an unimaginable gang of star-casts that aren’t much necessary to the script. But Johnny Lever keeps the momentum moving in perfect terms as he appears and breaks his silence in latter part. Pritham’s musical score doesn’t capture your senses; expect couple of tunes done with mediocre. Cinematography brings you the eye-catching visuals and nothing else more to appreciate on technical terms. Finally, ‘All The Best’ proves to be a Blackhorse in box office with best enough ingredients of savoring to the audiences.