Rohit can't understand how many recent films have misused or underused Sanjay Dutt. "He signs films for emotional reasons. And it's the director's moral duty to make sure his presence is justified. In All The Best Sanjay is the main protagonist." Shooting down rumours that All The Best had to pay Rs. 50 lakhs to jump the queue of releases, Rohit says, "When Aladin was postponed we got an opening and we decided to release in Diwali. We didn't have to pay any money to prepone .We never planned All The Best as a Diwali product. The colourful light frothy ambience just happened. It's my cleanest comedy since the first Golmaal film. Golmaal Returns had some double meanings. But All The Best is totally free of risque elements."
He hopes all three Diwali releases would do well. "I certainly want Blue to do very well. Asthvinayak are also the producers of my Golmaal series. So their success is by proxy beneficial to my film."