If Movies were all about entertainment, All The Best would get a 5/5. Rohit Shetty has been able to recreate magic and generate rip roaring laughs out of almost the same cast and crew again and again. Golmaal and Golmaal Returns were hits and going by what I see, All The Best is slated to be a winner as well. The story is simple and everyone from the age of 5 to 50 will be able to enjoy it on its own merit. There are hardly and raunchy scenes or jokes which will further make it a family entertainer. The comedy is on your face and relentless. The one liners and the wisecracks will be understood by one and all and this further elevates the film’s potential.
Veer(Fardeen Khan) is anything but Veer. he is a struggling pop star who has been lying to his brother Dharam(Sanjay Dutt) about being married to swindle excess pocket money. he is aided by Prem (Ajay Devgan) whom he solicits fro every wrong doing. All hell breaks loose as Dharam lands up uninformed at Goa and the duo have to make elaborate arrangements to keep the veil of their lies intact. As the movie progresses we are introduced to an ensemble cast of misfits who all come together to make it one fun filled joy ride that you will not forget.
As I sat through this movie I could not help but laugh out loud at most of the sequences. The movie starts off at a leisurely pace but gathers momentum with the arrival of Dharam. The discussions between Dharam and Prem are a delight to watch. Bipasha Basu and Mugdha Godse as the beaus of Prem and Veer are there just for the glamour quotient. yet they also pull off their respected parts with elan. But if I was to choose a favorite, it would clearly be Sanjay Misra as (Raghunandas Goverdhandas Vakawale[RGV]) and his side kick Atul Parchure(Dhondu). The two are so utterly hillarious that you will not be able to take your eyes off the pair. The sequence in which Dharam hijacks Dhondu’s truck and RGV is stranded protecting his belongings which flies off one after another out of the truck is one for the record books.
There are some cool action sequences as well which will wet the appetite of the action junkies. The music is beautiful in parts. I loved the song Kyun?? by Clinton Trejo…it happens are the right time and the emotions are well matched to make its effect potent. The editing and the technicalities are top notch as we expect for any Rohit Shetty Movie.Overall, All The Best is a fun watch which will make you roll out with laughter. see it, enjoy it but leave your brains at home.