I am going to describe the four main characters of the film; it will be enough for you to decide if you should watch this utter fail at filmmaking.
Junior Bachchan plays an arrogant son of a Punjabi sweet-maker who is now living in Bangkok after having run away from his house as a teenager on account of his father's abusive nature. Comparing his expressions to that of a wood would be an insult to the latter as he goes about ignoring the umpteen requests made by his presumed spiritual girlfriend who is desperate to marry and get laid. Playing his on-screen father is the talented Rishi Kapoor who unanimously wins the competition among the cast for overacting. Supriya Pathak makes being a mental patient look like the seven tests of hell. Last but not the least, Asin's Air India flight from Mumbai (and Bollywood) leaves this week.
Within the first ten minutes one learns how laziness played a significant role in the making of the film. Who else would play an emotional song in between sequences where the characters are delivering dialogs important to the plot? There's only one thing that you would do after watching the film and that is feeling bad for the actors.
BOTTOM LINE: All Is Well is a brilliant lesson in how to not make a film.
VERDICT: Skip for life.
Can be watched with a typical Indian family? YES