All Is Well Review: Not well
Abhishek Bachchan, Rishi Kapoor and Asin starrer finally hit theatres after few years of delay. For a movie like All Is Well you should visit theatres without any expectations, unless a magic proves that you are wrong.
Mr. Bhalla (Rishi Kapoor) runs a bakery in a hill station called Kasol. Pammi (Supriya Prathik) is the wife of Mr. Bhalla who has mobile phone strung around her neck. Inder (Abhishek Bachchan)son of Bhalla and Pammi who lives in Bangkok and pursues his career in music industry but has yet to find his break.
Inder flies back to India on order by Cheema (Zeeshan Mohammad Ayyub) a thug, to solve an issue of the bakery that is being run by his father Bhalla. On the same flight is Nimmi (Asin) who is in mad love with Inder but is headed back home to get hitched to other man. Bhalla owns huge money to Cheema and is in a position of not paying it, Cheema to claim’s the money and the bakery too, but Bhalla will have none of it. The story leads to a chase sequence between the Bhalla’s and Nimmi in a red Merc car, Cheema and his men in a police gipsy.
While the chase run through the film Bhalla asks for a several piss stops due to the problematic balder he is having and few meal breaks at dhabas. To add some spicy, an Item song at a dhaba has been shot with Sonakshi Sinha, which is a bit relief to the audience in the first half.
With a not-so-interesting screen play, the actors didn’t have any chance of proving their capabilities. Asin character didn’t have any meaning in the film. The first half drains you and not much is expected from the second half. But you never know, miracles do happen when you least expect it.
Audience who made expectations over this will definitely leave them in awful state.
Final verdict is that it is just a onetime movie and forget about it after leaving the theatre.