All seems to be well with All Is Well. The film has taken its own time to reach the finishing line but fortunately for it, the music is doing some good talking, says Aelina Kapoor.
It's such fun to watch Abhishek Bachchan, Asin and Rishi Kapoor shake a leg in the song Chaar Shanivaar that you want to join the party!
Young composer Amaal Mallik does a good job in this song in All Is Well, which has lyrics by Shabbir Ahmed. Rapper Badshah makes the party even more fun.
Himesh Reshammiya is back in his element with two romantic numbers, Baaton Ko Teri and Tu Milade. He resists the temptation of singing them himself, and instead ropes in Arijit Singh and Ankit Tiwari. A smart move.
Shabbir Ahmed's lyrics in Baaton Ko Teri is the kind you would love to sing to your loved one, on the verge of a break-up.
Mayur Puri's Tu Milade is the kind that belongs to the familiar Emraan Hashmi zone, and holds well.
One wonders why Udit Narayan and Alka Yagnik's brilliant rendition of Anand-Milind composed and Majrooh Sultanpuri written Ae Mere Humsafar from Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak had to be touched up. Yes, singers Mithoon, Tulsi Kumar and Amitabh Verma do enhance the song but the original had its own charm.
Himesh Reshammiya's dance number Yolo -- sung by Shriram -- fits in well, with lyrics by Kumaar.
Finally, all seems to be well with All Is Well. The film has taken its own time to reach the finishing line but fortunately for it, the music is doing some good talking.