Cast: Srikanth, JD Chakravarthy, Kota, Bramhanandam, Anisha Singh, Lucky Sharma, etc
Director: JD Chakravarthy
Producer: J Sambasiva Rao
Dialogues: Challa Krishnamohan
Cinematography: G Sivakumar
Banner: Sudha Cinema banner
All The Best telugu movie review, All The Best review, All The Best movie review, All The Best telugu movie rating: Actor turned director JD Chakravarthy who made critically acclaimed ‘Siddham’ with Jagapathi Babu has now come up with a different genre. For the first time, he has directed his co-star Srikanth in ‘All The Best’ movie which has Anisha Singh and Lucky Sharma as female leads. Check out ‘All The Best’ Telugu Movie Review to know more about the film.
Film opens in the court, with Ravi (Srikanth) talking to his father, a bank manager (Kota Srinivasa Rao) who was convicted on cheating charges. Ravi comes to know through the lawyer that his father would be released if the lost money is paid to the court. Being an educated youth, Ravi jumps in to a conclusion that he is going to earn the money by hook or crook. Then, he meets Chandu (JD Chakravarthy), a conman and seeks his help. Will Ravi save his father, how did Chandu helped Ravi forms the crux of the story.
Director JD Chakravarthy who has directed gangster movies in his earlier outing has changed his theme and tried a different genre this time. However, he could have done a far better job in making script more compact. The movie goes clueless with mistimed songs and falters with poor pace. Audience will see all the leading comedians and character actors as a unit in this film. ‘All The Best’ movie offers nothing fresh that can be discussed. Including Bramhanandam’s role, director has copied the main plot and comedy scenes from Hindi movies like ‘All the Best’ and ‘Bluff Master’. The difference between Chakravarthy’s earlier movies and this movie is entertainment with poorly etched narration.
Though there are too many comedians, they fail to bring smiles from the audience all the time. Anisha Singh has a very limited role for one song and Lucky Sharma has been given a bit of scope to perform in which she failed to leave an impact. Hemachandra’s music is not appealing. The climax episode of the film goes at brisk pace and the story catches the momentum as there is a major twist to the tale.