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All Is Well
A film with a positive social message!
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All Is Well

Hindi
ComedyDrama
21 Aug, 2015
2 hrs 07 mins
48%
5,693 votes
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This is a story where entire family is on the run, being chased by goons. It is a dysfunctional family; everyone has their own set of issues with each other - waiting to be confronted. The journey becomes a tool for them to confront each other and their issues. They fight with each other, they understand each other's point of views, they get to know things about each other that they never knew. It is a journey of fun, realisation, values and confusion where happiness does prevail.
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Parent-child relationships are a sensitive issue to deal with at the best of times. And to mould the theme into a film is quite a task, as the lack of right ingredients could lead to disappointing results. That is the case with All Is Well. The film has the right message and idea, and an []... ...Read full review
All Is Well spends two hours desperately tickling the audience but the overall impact is one of torture, says Raja Sen. ...Read full review
For any movie reviewer worth his salt, director Umesh Shukla`s All Is Well is the last word in occupational hazard: You sit through a two-hour-plus film waiting for one spark of creativity, or even half-a-fun moment. By the time you`re walking out of the hall, you don`t know whom to curse more: the filmmakers or your editor who put you through this. Yes, nothing is well with All Is Well! ...Read full review
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. ...Read full review
All is well is a story where entire family is on the run, being chased by goons. It`s a dysfunctional family; everyone has their own set of issues with each other - waiting to be confronted. The journey becomes a tool for them to confront each other and their issues. ...Read full review