THE PLOT –
All The Best is supposed to be a full-length comedy flick and how I wish it were true.
I actually sat through the movie only due to decent performances by a couple of characters like Sanjay Mishra (Apple Singh) and Bipasha Basu.
The plot actually revolves around a comedy of errors that is brought about by the central character’s (Sanjay Dutt) arrival. Although the plot has been a framework for several well-made films in the past like Golmaal and Rang Birangi, this one fails to live up to that benchmark.
THE CAST –
As mentioned, the memorable performances so to state would not feature any more that Sanjay Mishra and Bipasha Basu in the line-up. Atul Parchure has also played his role with aplomb.
In the also-ran category you could easily place Ajay Devgan, Mugdha Godse & Fardeen Khan – all extremely lacking in their projection.
Sanjay Dutt & Johny Lever just about manage to hang on.
THE MUSIC –
The music is extremely forgettable and has nothing to speak about.
It’s one of those soundtracks that come with an expiry date prior to the date of manufacture.
No shelf life – to put it straight.
THE VERDICT –
All The Best is again a movie that has had some amount of audiences due to the extremely pathetic set of movies doing the rounds during the time.
In any normal course of runs, a movie like this would have fallen by the wayside about a week into the release.
THE SCORE –
4.50 / 10.00