All Is Well movie starring Abhishek Bachchan, Asin, Rishi Kapoor, Supriya Pathak, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub was released on 21 August 2015. The director Umesh Shukla who’s previous venture was OMG – Oh My God which was a great success. The movie was on social which was quite impressive and it was well acclaimed by the Critics as well. Now Umesh Shukla is back with another movie All Is Well.
All Is Well spends two hours desperately tickling the audience but the overall impact is one of torture.
For any movie reviewer worth his salt, director Umesh Shukla`s All Is Well is the last word in occupational hazard: You sit through a two-hour-plus film waiting for one spark of creativity, or even half-a-fun moment. By the time you`re walking out of the hall, you don`t know whom to curse more: the filmmakers or your editor who put you through this. Yes, nothing is well with All Is Well!
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#AllIsWell review: Chemistry and obvious plot lacking. Only comic relief Inder Bhalla’s character. Overall average movie ★★ @juniorbachchan
— Sonal Chadha (@MissSonalChadha) August 22, 2015
All is not well for #AllIsWell. A poor show with scant entertainment. Read my review at https://t.co/ZdKijuEAlX
— Komal Nahta (@KomalNahta) August 21, 2015
All Is well is about a road trip undertaken by Rishi Kapoor and Abhishek Bachchan, who are later joined by Abhishek’s mother. Abhishek’s on-sceen mother will be played by Supriya Pathak. Reportedly, Asin also plays an important role in the film.
The story is about the crazy family who run and they are being chased by goons. The family is dysfunctional; each and every single person in the family got one or the other issue and they wait for there problem to solve first. The journey help them to be close; now each and everyone know better, the things are more clear now they understand each and everyone point of view, things becoming better as they stay with each other with there problem and now the problem is better looked. The movie is all about knowing each other, the joy ride, realisation and confusion where happiness does prevail.