The film starts off with Inder Bhalla (Abhishek Bachchan), an aspiring song composer getting kicked out of his house by his father, Bhajanglal (Rishi Kapoor). Bhajanglal runs a bakery that doesn't really "run". He wants Inder to work at the bakery, but due to Inder's ambitions on becoming a successful song composer, he clearly refuses. Bhajanglal finds this an insult and sends Inder out of his house thinking that he is arrogant and selfish. This makes Inder hate his father forever but somewhere inside his soul, Bhajanglal still has love for his son. Inder travels to Thailand with his friend Ronny (Sumeet Vyas) who is also an ambitious song composer. Inder misses his mother, Pammi Bhalla (Supriya Pathak) but hasn't talked to her in many years. Suddenly, Inder gets a phone call from Cheema (Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub).
Cheema lies to Inder that his father has sold his bakery and wants him to get his share. Unknown to this lie, Inder leaves everything and flies back to India. At the airport he hugs his girlfriend Nimmi (Asin) goodbye, little knowing that she is also travelling to India on the same flight. When Inder and Nimmi reach India they catch the same taxi as Nimmi wants to visit Inder's place. Inder drops Nimmi at his place and then goes to visit Cheema. There he sees his father has been abducted by Cheema and his goons. Inder comes to learn of the real truth that over the years his father borrowed lots of money from Cheema due to house needs but couldn't return it. Cheema warns that if he wants himself and his father to stay alive then he'd better arrange money. Inder and Bhajanglal go home to think of something. There, Inder finds out that his mother is suffering from Alzheimer's disease and Bhajanglal sent her to an ashram. Inder thinks that his father was very selfish but he hasn't learnt the truth yet.
Inder, Bhajanglal, Pammi and Nimmi take a road trip to try to run away from Cheema. They go to a bank on their way and want to take Pammi's brother's money, that Pammi has the actual right to. Bhajanglal is made to sign the form due to Pammi's memory loss. There, Inder learns that his father has divorced his mother. This makes his hatred towards his dad increase. Bhalanglal tells Inder that it wasn't his fault and a dark truth was behind his and Pammi's divorce. After restituting what he has learnt, Inder realises that his father was always innocent and starts loving him again. Inder sell all his songs that he had composed to pay back Cheema, gets his parents married again, marries Nimmi, and renovates his father's bakery. The film ends with Inder, Nimmy, Bhajanglal and Cheema (now their friend) working at the bakery and making lots of money.Abhishek Bachchan as Inder Bhalla
Rishi Kapoor as Mr. Bhajanglal Bhalla
Supriya Pathak as Parminder (Pammi)
Asin as Nimmi
Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub as Cheema
Sumeet Vyas as Ronny
Sonakshi Sinha (Special Appearance) in the item song Nachan Farrate
Director Shukla spotted many locations for filming in Dubai and different cities in India. After the location was fixed, the whole team including lead actors Abhishek Bachchan and Asin were part of a workshop to prepare shooting for the film.
Following the two-week workshop from 1 October 2013 involving lead actors Asin and Bachchan, the shooting of the film began on the auspicious Eid on 16 October 2013 which was confirmed by Abhishek Bachchan on Twitter. Director Shukla shot the film in Nasik, Himachal Pradesh, Sikkim, Dubai, London, and throughout different cities in India. A part of the filming with Asin was also done in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh.
The film collected an estimated ₹2.9 crore on opening day, which is among the lowest first day totals of 2015. By the third day, the film was thought to have brought in an additional ₹11.91 crore, and by the end of the fifth day, it was estimated that the film had grossed approximately ₹15.91 crore. By the end of its theatrical run, the film had collected ₹ 18.02 crore worldwide. The satellite, music and overseas rights of the film were sold for ₹25 crore, thus resulting in an overall profit of ₹11.01 crore (as the total production cost was ₹32.9 crore).
Mihir Fadnavis, writing for the Hindustan Times, gave the film a rating of 1 out of 5, commenting that "there is no logic to All is Well, and even less comedy. I left the theatre without having laughed once." The Guardian gave the film 2 out of 5 stars, and said that the film "features mopey tunes, torturous exposition – and cuckoo sound effects to help underperforming gags on their way." Raja Sen, writing for Rediff, summarized it as a "lazy, idiotic film," and rated it 1 out of 5. Srijana Mitra Das of Times of India gave the film 3 stars of 5, praising the performances, but noting that the film seemed dated at times and lacked depth. Bollywood Hungama gave the film 3.5 out of 5, praising the performances of Abhishek and Asin. They further said that, "On the whole, ALL IS WELL is a family entertainer that will effortlessly charm you and gently carve a place in your heart."
The music for All Is Well is composed by Himesh Reshammiya , Amaal Mallik , Mithoon and Meet Bros Anjjan while lyrics are by Shabbir Ahmed, Mayur Puri and Kumaar. The music rights for the film are acquired by T-Series'. The full audio album was released on 20 July 2015.
A remix album of the film's soundtrack was released on 10 August 2015 on T-Series YouTube channel which includes three remixed songs of the original album.