A glimpse at the first promo of Ajay Devgn's 'All The Best – Fun Begins' and you know you're in for a laughter riot!
The lethal combination of Ajay Devgn and Rohit Shetty is back once again, after last year's smash hit Golmaal Returns.
'All The Best' is a rib-tickling comedy resulting from mistaken identities & hilarious goof-ups. And Director Rohit Shetty packs in some breath-taking locales, extravagant sets & a carnival of colours!
Sanjay Dutt fans will be ecstatic to see the actor donning his comic hat after a long spate of serious & intense roles. Bipasha too, after her much appreciated stint in 'No Entry' is back to showcase her comic streak adding to the madness that 'All The Best' has to offer.
While Fardeen Khan's 'rock-star' look is fresh & appealing, the ravishing Mugdha Godse looks all set to impress us once again with her 'natural' screen presence.
Well, this comedy of errors, produced under the banner of Ajay Devgn Films, sure seems to be the perfect Diwali treat for audiences who have been eagerly waiting for the funniest and the most colourful comedy of 2009!
'Money is an excellent servant, but can be a horrible master' finely defines a situation where an incredibly varied cast of characters weave together a story under one roof that constantly builds in intensity and surprise.
As Rohit Shetty has always been known for his mind boggling heroic action sequences and splendid comedy, 'All the best' is a fine combination of just everything. A wannabe car expert Prem Chopra (Ajay Devgn) with his beautiful wife Jhanvi (Bipasha Basu) running his ancestral gym, a claiming to be married upcoming rock band singer Veer Kapoor (Fardeen Khan) who's living on his brother's pocket money and Veer's ravishing girlfriend Vidya (Mugdha Godse). Just when everything is going great guns in their lives , enters the upcoming singer's millionaire step brother Dharam Kapoor(Sanjay Dutt) bringing with him stumbling madness and generating hilariously awkward situations in just everyone's life around.
The outcome results into rib-tickling humorous state where Veer and Prem handle the multiple vague characters arriving unexpectedly at their place and dealing with acquaintances where they proudly swank and cover up everything with lies, lies and more lies.
Even the world's best jugglers can juggle for a limited time. How far do these guys hold on? Hassled, pressurized and scrutinized, do they give up at one point? Or does the new player on the block also has something wrapped underneath all these events.
We can just say ALL THE BEST to that!