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All The Best

Release Date : 16 October 2009
Year : 2009
Banner : Devgan Entertainment
Producer : Ajay Devgn
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Genre : Comedy
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Veer (Fardeen Khan), a singer in greed of extracting extra pocket money from his step-brother Dharam (Sanjay Dutt), a business-honcho from London, tries to lie about his single status and puts it forth as ‘happily married’ with Vidya (Mugdha Godse), who he is in love with. His friend Prem (Ajay Devgn), a concept car expert, lends a helping hand in this falsely embossed projection. Prem is happily married to Jhanvi (Bipasha Basu), who takes care of his ancestors' out-dated ‘Chopra Gymnasium’. Veer and Prem land up in debts as they had opted for a short-cut to earn easy money. Watch the fun unfold as both get into a bigger soup when Dharam pays a sudden visit to their place. Time does not give a chance and circumstances create such situations that Jhanvi is mistaken as Vidya and Vidya as Jhanvi… Soon the two start juggling between prolonging the debt payment to a local don, Tobu (Johnny Lever), and convincing plus pacifying Dharam about the false status. The outcome is a rib-tickling comic situation where Veer and Prem handle the unexpected incoming characters arriving at their place and coping with acquaintances while they boast and cover up with lies in this hilarious comedy of errors.

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A Hilarious Family Entertainer

By MovieTalkies.com, 15 October 2009 4 / 5

The movie begins with the title song 'All The Best', a lavish grand canvas carnival song that has to be seen to be believed, and you are mentally prepared to get a dose of your dhamaal as the movie slowly seeps into comedy before a fair introduction into the lifestyle of our main protagonists Prem Chopra (Ajay Devgn) and his wife Jhanvi (Bipasha Basu), with Veer (Fardeen Khan) and his girlfriend Vidya (Mugdha Godse). All is going well in the lives of these two wannabes... Prem, who wishes to create concept cars, and Veer, who wants to be a rockstar, and they are surviving on the monthly pocket money sent by millionaire Dharam Kapoor (Sanjay Dutt), step brother of Veer, until the duo become greedy for more money and lose an ill fated race and all their money! The two of them soon manage to find sources to re pay money to the local mafia don Tobu (Johny Lever), when Dharam accidentally lands in Goa, initially for four hours in transit, but ends up staying longer...The fun begins when Veer foolishly accepts fool proof ideas given by an extra smart Prem, putting all of them into more trouble than they expected. A case of mistaken identities is always a great subject to play on and keeps the audience in splits and Rohit seems to be capitalizing the same n the past, 'Golmaal' (1979), 'Chupke Chupke', 'Angoor' and other hits have been a treat to watch and looks like Rohit has grown up on a staple diet of the same, and he even uses shots of 'Golmaal' and 'Chupke Chupke,' in the movie paying true homage to the classics. What is commendable is the director's capability to etch out each character and give them identities, without any effort, be it Johny Lever, Asrani, Ashwini Kalsekar, Sanjay Mishra or Atul Parchure, every character is made as an extremely funny caricature with unique identities. Like Ashwini's character speaks in a strong South Indian accent, while Asrani likes to give muhawras at every instant. The turn of events and the attempts to hide all reality from Dharam creates all the hilarious scenarios throughout the side splitting situational comedy. The music of the film is good, the songs in 'All The Best….Fun Begins' are quite situational and are merged perfectly to suit the mood of the film, except the title song of course that rolls when the curtains go up. There are not too many action scenes but the car race sequence is a treat to watch with cars ripping each other apart and so is the 'Ghajini' style fight sequence. However, the best action scene which takes away all applauses is the somersaulting car act by Ajay Devgn, which is truly amazing and Ajay seems at great ease performing it. The dialogues by Bunty Rathod and Sajid Farhad are humorous and keep the flow of the movie in place. Sanjay Dutt is no stranger to comedy but his role in 'All The Best….Fun Begins' is quite different and is almost like a college bully pulling a fast one on all especially his bakra Ajay. The most senior of the lot, Sanjay looks as hot as ever and where acting is concerned his comic timing is impeccable. Ajay Devgn seems to have made comedy his favorite genre by now with splendid performances one after another, his role as the smart ass Prem Chopra who gets outsmarted always is adorable. Fardeen is decent, so is Mugdha who has a few good scenes in the movie. Bipasha sizzles and gives good support to the three male leads throughout, proving her mettle. This film also brings the comic timing of Lever to the fore, who makes the best of his facial expressions and antics because he is dumb in the film, while the surprise package of the film is the duo 'Raghu and Dhondoo' (Sanjay Mishra and Atul Parchuri), who keep you in splits. What is best about 'All The Best….Fun Begins' is that it is not just a comedy, but it has great music, terrific action and an emotional track towards the end, so in spite of being a madcap situational comedy of errors, it is a mixed bag, full of surprises and power packed performances. It is the ideal movie to watch during the festive season with your family. A hilarious family entertainer, paisa vasool!

Pritam Ushers in The Good Times

By MovieTalkies.com, 24 September 2009 3.5 / 5

The promos of director Rohit Shetty's 'All The Best' are on air currently and have been there for a while. One look at its stylish and vibrant promos, and one knows what to expect from the movie and its music. It promises to be loads of fun like Shetty's earlier movies the 'Golmaal' series. The mantle for composing the music goes to the right person, Pritam, who combines very well with lyricist Kumaar, to bring out the fun quotient of the film. The music of 'All The Best' is peppy and its album consists of five original tracks and two remixes. Pritam seems to be in an upbeat, breezy mood and he has reason enough for that. His recent assignments for 'New York', 'Love Aaj Kal' and 'Dil Bole Hadippa' seem to have done well. He definitely hopes to score well with this one too. The album opens with the number 'Dil Kare' which has been sung by Suraj Jagan and Roopam Islam. Suraj is a prefect choice for this song which is an out and out, authentic rock number and is characterised by some roaring vocals and heavy drum beats. The effect is further enhanced by the refrain of 'All The Best' which forms part of the background. Suraj begins the proceedings with a blast and is joined by Roopam, who provides the backup vocals. Both singers manage to take the song to a euphoric level and it ends on a high. The number comes in a remixed version as well, with DJ A Myth doing the honours. The second track of the album is 'Haan Main Jitni Martaba' which has been sung by KK and Yashita. KK combines very well with newcomer Yashita to deliver a smashing number, which sees a mix of hard rock and yuppie romance. KK is in full form and gives this song that chartbuster quality. It is an extremely catchy number, which has an immensely likeable feel to it. DJ A Myth comes in for the remix version which has the same punch and feel to it. The title track, 'All The Best' appears next in album. The number has been sung by Rana, Soham and Antara. This track stands out for its celebratory tone. In fact, it seems to be a full on fiesta time with this number. It is flamboyant, racy and has oodles of funk. Pritam 'regulars'. Soham and Rana are well supported by Antara. It promises to be a true visual treat as well. After this entire extravaganza, the mood in the album shifts to something pensive and almost sad. The number is called 'Kyon' and has been sung superbly by Clinton Cerejo. This solo number has been composed very well with good lyrical input from Kumaar. But it is really Cerejo's voice which carries the day and makes it one of the most outstanding tracks of this album. The number has a very contemporary feel to it and despite its heavy subject matter, the song does not depress. On the contrary, it is one of those numbers which calls for compulsive, multiple hearing. The album concludes with 'You Are My Love', which has been sung by Neeraj Sridhar, Kunal Ganjawala, Alisha Chinoy, Megha and Rajesh. This number is one of your typical fun numbers, full of camaraderie. All the singers gel well and the effect is quite pleasant. The album of 'All the Best' lives up to its promise of providing good times and Pritam continues to surprise as usual. The composer does not just stop at providing entertaining, catchy music. In fact, he stretches himself and composes some really genuine compositions in 'Martaba' and 'Kyon' and lends the album a touch of class. Pritam's score for 'All The Best' may not be the best but it definitely captures some really good times.
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During the Goa schedule for the film 'All The Best', Sanjay Dutt landed up and surprised everyone post his political committments. Since Sanjay Dutt was busy earlier on, he did not have time to groom himself and his hair was completely hay-wire. His personal hair stylist, Aalim, had to be called urgently to Goa to fix Dutt's hair which took him not more than 15 minutes.

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