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Thread: 'All The Best': Paisa Vasool
10-17-2009, 05:03 AM #1
'All The Best': Paisa Vasool
A case of mistaken identities is always a great subject to play on as it keeps the audience in splits. Director Rohit Shetty capitalizes on this and he succeeds in delivering a good follow-up to 'Golmaal' and 'Golmaal 2'.
What is commendable is the director's capability to etch out each character and give them unique identities. While Ashwini's character speaks in a strong South Indian accent, Asrani likes to give muhawras at every instant. 'All The Best' is a good situational comedy.
The songs of 'All The Best....Fun Begins' suit the mood of the film. The action sequences are inspired repeats of some memorable Hollywood blockbusters. You can even spot a "Ghajini" here and there. Watch out for the somersaulting car act by Ajay Devgn. The dialogues by Bunty Rathod and Sajid Farhad are humorous and keep the flow of the movie in place.
Splendid performances from Sanjay Dutt, Ajay Devgn, Fardeen Khan, Mugdha Godse and Bipasha Basu add to the 'All The Best' charm.
'All The Best' is the ultimate pop movie, which has liberal measures of "comedy, action, emotion, romance, drama, tragedy".
'All The Best....Fun Begins' is the best movie in town, this Diwali, which you can watch with a liberal serving of popcorn and coke. For here, is the ultimate on-screen dhamaka.