All Is Well movie is Abhishek Bachchan's first solo release after almost 4 long years. He did have a series of good luck with the recent multi-starrer movies like Dhoom 3, Happy New Year and Bol Bachchan but now it all comes to down to this film, to gauge whether Abhishek really has what it takes to be a superstar, considering he is a brilliant actor with movies like Guru and Raavan or should he just stick to multis-starrers like his upcoming movie Housefull 3 with Akshay, Ritesh, Lisa, Nargis and Jacqueline.
Read to know whether All Is Well or All Is NOT So
Cast: Abhishek Bachchan, Asin, Rishi Kapoor, Supriya Pathak
Director: Umesh Shukla
All Is Well Plot:
The movie is all about the parent-child bond or so they claim!
The movie starts with a backstory of Inder Bhalla (Abhishek
Bachchan) whose brutal father Bhajanlal Bhalla (Rishi Kapoor) is
debt ridden, running a bakery and always blames his wife Pammi
(Supriya Pathak) for his problems.
The failed unhappy marriage of his parents traumatises him to
such an extent that he becomes commitment phobic, resulting in a
failed love story with Nimmi (Asin). A lot of haphazard things
continue to happen as the plot unfolds, like goons chasing Bhalla
for money, Inder who had escaped from his father to Bangkok with
dreams of becoming a singer and of course Alzheimer patient, Pammi
miraculously recovering in the second half but none make any sense
to the story!
Oh ya! There is Chima (Mohammed Zeeshan Ayub Khan), the bad guy
in the movie who chases this family!
- Sonakshi Sinha's item number which is groovy and probably might give a little entertainment to you while you sulk in your seats for buying All Is Well movie tickets.
- Zeeshan, the bad guy is the only actor who makes an attempt to give a good performance!
- While Nachan Farate song is good, how a fugitive Bachchan finds time to shake a leg is out of our minds.
- So many noticeable blunders like nobody knows how Asin was in Bangkok and how Abhishek had so many costume changes in one scene etc make the audiences lose their minds.
- The humour is slapstick and both Rishi and Abhishek, who are otherwise good actors, end up irritating you with their loud baarish arguments.
- An outstanding actress like Supriya was completely wasted in the movie.
- So many more negatives aspects are there but why waste both our time listing them out!