How to know what you’re putting out there and how will it be perceived, in All The Best.
Every single joke of the film emerges from the characteristics of the characters that keeps explaining the characters to its audience. This is a standard manual on “how to write jokes”. Yet one of the best tricks that the director Rohit Shetty’s All The Best holds onto is the switching of the genre. Now, as much as easy or plausible it may sound, it is achingly hard to pull this off. And this can only be achieved if the humor, in the first place, emerges from the characters and no other reason. This helps the makers smack the back of the head of its audience and tell us that maybe it’s not the world that you were encountering and expecting. That section is beautifully dramatized and is pointed out much better among the performers through the performance.