Srikanth and JD Chakravarthy who had acted together in many films are back with All The Best. This time, JD has taken the responsibility of directing the film. Let us see what they have offered. Read on for the review.
Ravi (Srikanth) meets Chandu (JD), a fraudster, who claims to be in need of Rs 15 lakh urgently as his father (Kota Srinivasa Rao) was caught in a cheating case. They both go to Ambaji Rao (Rao Ramesh). He tells them that he could give the money if they could sell a land with some fake documents. So, they involve a businessman Razaq (Pradeep Rawat) from Dubai and his secretary Sharma (Krishna Bhagawan) to the plot. Razaq agrees for the deal on a condition that he wants a beautiful girl for one night. Chandu's sister Lucky (Lucky Sharma), who manages a star hotel, agrees to stay with Razaq. So, Razaq gives a bearer cheque to Ravi. What happens next? Will Lucky spend one night with Razaq? Will Ravi be able to draw the cheque? What kind of lesson Chandu and Ravi learn in their lives? Answers to all these questions form part of the remaining film.
Srikanth is known for his good comedy timings and industry men believe that he is a bankable star and he is impressive in this movie as well. When it comes to JD, he is also good at acting and moreover, the film is being directed by himself, so he has worked well for the movie. Heroine Anisha Singh has no scope for acting and she is only restricted to shake her legs with Srikant in a couple of songs. Lucky Sharma has got a meaty role but she is not that sexy nor looks beautiful in romantic scenes. Other artistes like Kota Srinivasa Rao, Pradeep Rawat, Rao Ramesh and Telangana Sakuntala have done justice to their respective characters. Brahmanandam, Krishna Bhagawan, Raghubabu and others have tried their best to tickle the funny bones of audiences, but succeeded only partially.
Camera work by Siva Kumar is atrocious, while editing by Venkatesh is average. Hemachandra has failed to give impressive music for the film. Even the background score is weak. However, the dialogues penned for the film are okay as he penned good tongue twisters and simple one-line punch dialogues. The comedy scenes have been chalked out well. JD Chakravarthy has made the scenes very crisp and funny. In fact, he has concentrated more on entertainment. Production values of Sudha Cinema and Chakravarthy Productions are extremely poor.
Watch the film without searching for logic and only for entertainment. As the film is made with a limited budget, we are not supposed to look for any great ideas by the director or extraordinary performance by the artists. It is just a one time watch and a time-pass film.