All is Well is a family drama starring Abhishek Bachchan who plays Inder Bhalla, a struggling singer in Pattaya. While he is ready to do everything it takes be a successful singer, Asin is another mystified Indian in Thailand who is obsessed with Rhonda Byrne’s bestseller- The Secret. She is in love with Inder who keeps running away from being committed.
Inder has left his sad and contending parents (played by Supriya Pathak and Rishi Kapoor) in their hometown Kasol, for being in a foreign country wanting his big break in the music industry. The villain of the story, Kartar Singh Cheema played by Zeeshan Ayyub is torturing Inder’s parents for money but his parents are somehow waiting for their son to return home. And so is what happens. The run and chase between the villain and the Bhalla family becomes a road trip in which Senior Bhalla needs to stop every five minutes since he is suffering from Polyuria. The mother Bhalla is equally illogical and is suffering from Alzheimer’s.
There is also a dance number by Sonakshi Sinha and Abhishek Bachchan in the film which is probably the only part worth watching.
As much as it seems, the objective of the film is to be emotional and touch yet funny at the same time. It also aims to show how children usually misunderstand their parents. But all you get after watching the movie for over two hours is not even a single moment of fun or creativity. In fact there are quite a many instances in the movie that force you to think that the makers might have given up their senses completely while making the film. By the end of the movie you might even regret about having paid for the tickets you bought.
Film – All is Not That Well in All is Well
Director – Umesh Shukla
Cast – Rishi Kapoor, Abhishek Bachchan, Asin, Supriya Pathak
Rating – 1/5