Life is strange.
Ironically, it turned out to be the best of the lot.
Most definitely not a great movie but a watchable comedy with lots of laughs. And after watching Trash King Akshay Kumar’s Blue, we were certainly in need of some cheering.
If a movie featuring two of the worst actors in the Milky Way galaxy (Fardeen Khan and Bipasha Basu) can raise a lot of laughs, surely it can’t be a bad film.
Like a lot of good comedies, All the Best is completely zany at times.
Just in case you are one of those schmucks who can’t find your way out a paper bag, the movie features Ajay Devgn, Sanjay Dutt, Fardeen Khan, Johny Lever, Mughda Godse and Bipasha Basu.
Prem Chopra (Ajay Devgn) and Veer (Fardeen Khan) are close buddies, whose lives get complicated by the unanticipated arrival of Veer’s NRI elder brother Dharam Kapoor (Sanjay Dutt).
You see the toughie businessman Dharam Kapoor has been supporting his younger brother Veer, who’s lied to Bade Bhaiya that he’s married to obtain a handsome monthly retainer.
To make a complicated situation more complicated, you have other interesting characters like the mute thug Tobu (Johny Lever), the maid-servant Mary (Ashwini Kalsekar) and the renter Raghunandandas Govardhandas Vakawle (Sanjay Mishra).
And their lives keep intersecting in the weirdest ways.
Bipasha Basu is as bad as ever but Fardeen Khan is tolerable for once. Maybe, comedy is Fardeen’s real metier.
The script is decent, the characters well fleshed out and the dialogs hilarious.
Kudos to director Rohit Shetty and producer Ajay Devgn for delivering a decent entertainer in All the Best.