All Is Well Review
All Is Well movie is Abhishek Bachchan's first solo release after almost 4 long years. Read to know whether All Is Well or All Is NOT So Well!
The humour is slapstick and both Rishi and Abhishek, who are otherwise good actors, end up irritating you with their loud baarish arguments. So many more negatives aspects are there but why waste both our time listing them out!
Not worth a penny! Sadly there is nothing great about the movie and so if weekend movie watch is a must, opt for Manjhi- The Mountain Man.
It is sad to see such talent as Rishi Kapoor and Supriya Pathak Kapur — and even Abhishek Bachchan — go to waste. The Umesh Shukla film is a road trip that keeps going round and round till the viewer’s head is spinning
The only good thing about the film is it ends in two hours (phew!). All is not well with All Is Well. Watch it at your own risk. Better still, wait for one of the bigger channels to announce the world TV premiere.
Five minutes into 'All is Well' and audiences are taken down 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.
The '90s humour is as tired and hackneyed as this entire enterprise. Take our advice and the money spent on this weekend's movie outing is perhaps best spent on charity instead. Believe us, you will be doing yourself a favour.