All The Best Review
Sometimes, we laugh at movies. At times, we laugh in movies. Thankfully, All The Best, helmed by Rohit Shetty, belongs to the latter type. All The Best makes no claims of catering to the intelligentsia or the elite. Instead, it's aimed at those who want to spend two hours of their precious life flexing their facial muscles. All The Best is for those who expect fun and laughter unlimited in those two hours. This one makes you smile, laugh, even break into a guffaw at times.
The jokes and the goings-on may appear silly, but who cares! As long as one feels positive and wears a smile on the face even after the show has ended, nothing else matters. Comedy is serious business and Rohit Shetty is a pro at this genre now. This time, the talented director seeks inspiration from Right Bed, Wrong Husband and what works to the advantage are two factors - the written material and the right casting. Both are just right!
From time to time, it has been noticed that some films are made with the motive of keeping you entertained. All The Best is one of those films. Go, have a blast this Diwali!
Veer [Fardeen Khan], a singer by profession, is greedy of extracting extra pocket money from his brother Dharam [Sanjay Dutt], a business-honcho. Veer lies to Dharam that he has got married and his friend Prem [Ajay Devgn], a concept car expert, lends a helping hand in cooking up this alibi.