All is Well (2015)

India| August 2015| 126 min| Hindi
All is Well (2015)
Genre Comedy, Drama, Romance
Color Color
Certification UK:PG , India:U , Canada:G (British Columbia) , Singapore:PG
Locations Nasik, Maharashtra, India
Himachal Pradesh, India
Sikkim, India
Dubai, UAE
London, UK
Director Umesh Shukla
Lead Cast Abhishek Bachchan, Asin, Rishi Kapoor, Supriya Pathak, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub
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Plot Summary
The film is the story of the dysfunctional Bhalla family, who set out on a road trip wherein they confront each other, fight with each other as well as understand each other, and realise the love for each other.#All is Well is the story of the dysfunctional Bhalla family, that consists of Inder Bhalla (Abhishek Bachchan), a confident and passionate singer who doesn't go along well with his father, his father Bhajanlal Bhalla (Rishi Kapoor), who runs a family bakery business, and his mother Pammi (Supriya Pathak), who is a patient of dementia and tries hard to maintain a balance between the father and the son. Inder has lived in Thailand for a decade to pursue a career in the music industry but is yet to find his big break. Before he can do so, he is forced to return to his hometown Kasol, to sort out a rift with the local gangster, Chima (Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub), to whom his father owes a hefty sum due to the failing bakery business. To escape the wrath of Chima, the Bhalla family sets out on a road trip, and is later joined by a woman named Nimmi (Asin), who is madly in love with Inder. As the Bhallas are chased by Chima's goons, the family flees from one place to another, across Punjab and Himachal Pradesh. The eventful road trip gives them the opportunity to confront each other, fight with each other as well as understand each other, and realise the love for each other.
This is the second film in which Abhishek Bachchan and Asin have shared screen space after Bol Bachchan (2012), although the duo played on-screen siblings in the latter.

Shraddha Kapor was the initial choice for Nimmi's role but she refused the film. There were rumours that she did not want to be paired with Abhishek Bachchan. The role then went to Asin.

Former actress-turned-politician Smriti Irani was supposed to play the role of Pammi, Inder's mother. However, when BJP government came to power in 2014 elections, she got the post of HRD minister, due to which she couldn't devote much time to the film and eventually withdrew from the project.

Actress Tanvi Azmi was considered as the replacement of Smriti Irani but she was already filming for her other film Bajirao Mastani (2015) at the same time for which she had to shave her head. Director Umesh Shukla then gave the role to Supriya Pathak.

The film's title was taken from a hugely popular song in Aamir Khan starrer 3 Idiots (2009).
Abhishek Bachchan Inder Bhalla
Asin Nimmi
Rishi Kapoor Bhajanlal Bhalla, Inder's father
Supriya Pathak Pammi Bhalla, Inder's mother
Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub Chima
Sonakshi Sinha Special Appearance
Gurpal Singh Nimmi's father
Seema Pandey Nimmi's mother
Kaizaad Kotwal
Herry Tangri Mohit
Mukund Bhatt Kirpal
Seema Pahwa Inder's maternal aunt
Sumeet Vyas Ronnie
Nilesh Bhatt Chima's goon
Wilson Tiger Chima's goon
Anand Kumar Chima's goon
Kenny Desai Minister
Master Siidha Daga Young Inder
Jameel Khan Inder's maternal uncle
Tiku Talsania Inder's maternal uncle
Director Umesh Shukla
Producer Varun Bajaj
Bhushan Kumar
Krishan Kumar
Executive Producer Hanif Chunawala
Chander Joshi
Writer Umesh Shukla(story)
Sumit Arora(screenplay)
Niren Bhatt(screenplay)
Sumit Arora(dialogue)
Niren Bhatt(dialogue)
Lyricist Shabbir Ahmed
Majrooh Sultanpuri
Amitabh Verma
Mayur Puri
Music Composer Amal Mallik
Himesh Reshammiya
Meet Bros Anjjan
MithoonSanjoy Chowdhury(background music)
Singers Vishal Dadlani
Armaan Malik
Arijit Singh
Meet Bros Anjjan
Kanika Kapoor
Tulsi Kumar
Ankit Tiwari
Choreographers Ahmed Khan
Remo D'Souza
Cinematographer Sameer Arya
Action Director Kaushal
Film Editor Sanjay Sankla
Casting Director Shahid Hasan
Production Designer Muneesh Sappel
Art Director Hemlata Rao
Kishor Tripathi
Costume Designer Moiz Kapadia
Dipti Mhatre
Production Companies T-Series
Allchemy Film Productions
Distributor White Hill Production
Song # 1Chaar Shanivaar
Written byShabbir Ahmed,   Badshah
Composed byAmal Mallik
Performed byVishal Dadlani,   Armaan Malik,   Badshah (rap)
Song # 2Baaton Ko Teri
Written byShabbir Ahmed
Composed byHimesh Reshammiya
Performed byArijit Singh
Song # 3Nachan Farrate
Written byKumaar
Composed byMeet Bros Anjjan
Performed byMeet Bros Anjjan,   Kanika Kapoor
Song # 4Ae Mere Humsafar
Written byMajrooh Sultanpuri,   Amitabh Verma
Composed byAnand-Milind,   Mithoon
Performed byMithoon,   Tulsi Kumar
Song # 5Tu Mila De
Written byMayur Puri
Composed byHimesh Reshammiya
Performed byAnkit Tiwari
Song # 6YOLO
Written byKumaar
Composed byHimesh Reshammiya
Performed bySreeramachandra
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All ratings are based on 5. NA indicates rating not available.

NDTV|Review by Saibal Chatterjee
All is far from well with All Is Well, but this road trip dramedy has just about enough impetus not to be thrown completely off its chosen track by its occasional inertia.
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Times of India|Review by Srijana Mitra Das
All Is Well lacks the cutting-edge sharpness or glittering depth of Umesh Shukla's OMG. With its old-world feel, it's not a cool cocktail but a teashop bun, dunked in sentimental tea. It could've been way better - but there's some sweetness too in this simple treat.
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The Hindu|Review by Vishal Menon
From the makers of OMG: Oh My God! comes All is Well - a film so bad that you’re likely to keep repeating OMG as you try to sit through this ordeal.
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Zee News|Review by Ritika Handoo
Filmmaker Umesh Shukla is best known for his terrific entertainer 'OMG - Oh My God!'. But if you think ( like I did) that 'All Is Well' will be something similar then you better be ready for an eyewash. The director has tried his best but it is the script which lets it loose.
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