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The story, adapted from a play called Right Bed, Wrong Husband, is pure farce. Ajay and Fardeen Khan, play Prem and Vir, two friends who live in Goa. Vir’s super-rich, jet-setting step-brother Dharam, played by Sanjay Dutt, supports him by sending monthly pocket money but he is too busy to ever visit.

To increase the monthly check, Vir lies and tell Dharam that he is married. One day, Dharam unexpectedly arrives in Goa and mistakes Prem’s wife Jhanvi, played by Bipasha Basu, for Vir’s wife and Vir’s girlfriend, Vidya, played by Mugda Godse, for Prem’s girlfriend. Are you following this? It doesn’t matter. What matters is that Shetty, working from a screenplay by Robin Bhatt and Yunus Sajawal, keeps the jokes coming at a fast and furious pace.

The friends scramble hard to keep their lies afloat. Did I mention that they are also being chased by a villain, played by Johnny Lever, who seems to be the direct descendent of Premnath’s Sir Judah in Subhash Ghai’s Karz. Tubo cannot talk but communicates by hitting a spoon against a glass.

Prem and Vir like to watch classic Hrishkesh Mukherjee comedies but the humour here has none of the wit or sophistication of the master. This is pure PJ land. A sampler: When Vir is down, Prem asks: Tera papa photographer tha kya, tu hamesha itna negative kyun sochta hai or when Vir unknowingly pours sauce all over his girlfriend’s father, he says mujhe itna afsauce hai.

It’s seriously low IQ but you can’t stop laughing. The actors are having such a good time that their energy
is infectious.

all the best movie review
by times of india

toi rating of all the best movie:All the Best

All the Best offers some rib-tickling moments, but mostly in the second half as the loose plot gradually gives way to complete mayhem and the characters begin to have fun on screen, specially Sanjay Dutt and Ajay Devgn.

Johnny Lever and Sanjay Mishra too join in the tamasha, while Fardeen and the girls mostly stand-by as bystanders. Pritam's music score is flashy and matches up to the carnival-like atmosphere of Goa and its beach parties. By far, this one's not a rip-roaring comedy, but does make-do for some Diwali masti.

This doesn't augur well for Ajay Devgn, Fardeen's friend, who happens to be Bipasha's boyfriend. But the truth cannot be revealed because Sanjay Dutt's millions bankroll the down and out foursome. Ajay Devgn seems to be enjoying his newfound love for comedy, ever since he discovered his funny rib with the Golmaal series. Having already proved his forte with strong, sultry, on-the-boil simmering characters, the actor is trying to reinvent himself as Bollywood's new goofball. Seems to be working for, despite his non-joker (read flippant) looks, he does strike a chord with his bubble gum act, his sense of comic timing and his throwaway lines. All the Best, his home production, provides him an opportunity for an encore after the success of the Golmaal sequels. Of course, this time again, he returns with his Golmaal director, Rohit Shetty who has confessed his unbound fascination for the Manmohan Desai brand of cinema.

all the best movie review
by sify

sify rating-Three and a half stars

All the Best makes no claims of catering to the intelligentsia or the elite. Instead, it's aimed at those who want to spend two hours of their precious lives flexing facial muscles. All the Best is for those who expect fun and laughter unlimited in those two hours. This one makes you smile, laugh, even break into a guffaw at times.

The jokes and the goings-on may appear silly, but who cares! As long as one feels positive and wears a smile on the face even after the show has ended, nothing else matters.

Comedy is serious business and Rohit Shetty is a pro at this genre now. This time, the talented director seeks inspiration from Right Bed, Wrong Husband and what works to the advantage are two factors - the written material and the right casting. Both are just right!

From time to time, it has been noticed that some films are made with the motive of keeping you entertained. All the Best is one of those films. Go, have a blast this Diwali!

Veer (Fardeen Khan), a singer by profession, is greedy of extracting extra pocket money from his brother Dharam (Sanjay Dutt), a business-honcho. Veer lies to Dharam that he has got married and his friend Prem (Ajay Devgn), a concept car expert, lends a helping hand in cooking up this alibi.

Veer is in love with Vidya (Mugdha Godse), but has qualified in the hate list of her father. Prem is happily married to Jhanvi (Bipasha Basu), who takes care of his ancestor's outdated gymnasium. Veer and Prem land up in debts as they had opted for a short-cut to earn easy money.

The two get into a bigger soup when Dharam pays a sudden visit to their place. Time does not give a chance and unavoidable circumstances arouse such situations that Prem's wife Jhanvi is mistaken for Veer's and Veer's girlfriend for Prem's.

all the best movie review by ndtv
ndtv rating-

It’s seriously low IQ but you can’t stop laughing. The actors are having such a good time that their energy
is infectious.

Ajay and Sanjay play off each other like pros and even Fardeen manages a few genuinely funny expressions. The energy dips in the second half and the film climaxes in an outlandish African angle. So we have lots of actors in black-face, which would be offensive if it wasn’t so obviously silly.

All the Best is gleefully and unpretentiously moronic. I know film critics should set the bar higher but honestly, this is probably the most fun you’ll have in a theater this weekend. Go for It.

all the best movie review by hindustan times

hindustan times rating- ***

Ajay Devgn, the producer of the movie, has become a regular at Shetty's movies. He is a natural and performs every role with an effortless ease. Beside comedy, he provides some emotional-relief too. One impactful scene is where Ajay realises that the net of deceit is affecting his personal equation with Bipasha (who's playing his wife).

He is good but not at his best this time. Probably because he doesn't offer something new in his acting style. But his chemistry with Bipasha Basu is palpable.

Bipasha Basu is new to the comedy genre. Beginners in comedy tend to overact, but Bipasha has managed to impress with her subtle comic timing. With a little more experience in the genre, the best in her can come out.

Mugdha Godse doesn't get into the skin of her character. She certainly needs a tonic to boost her comic quotient.

Fardeen Khan is comfortable in his comic zone and comes out with a nice performance!

Overall, if your doctor has advised you laughter therapy, then go watch All the Best. Ingredients of the medicine? Hilarious moments, rib-tickling dialogues, crisp editing, mind boggling situations, minus double meaning dialogues this time.

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