Artists: Akshay Khanna, Priyank Sharma, Rewa Kishan, Satish Kaushik, Supriya Pathak
Director: Karan Vishwanath Kashyap
Movie type:: romance
Duration: 2 hours 14 minutes
Story: A local leader and Gunda Baba Bhandari (Akshaye Khanna) performs the work of a catch-up marriage i.e. forcibly holding a boy and marrying a girl. During this work, he picks up a young TV journalist, but the twist in the story comes when Bhandari himself falls in love with the girl. ... but is the girl ready for it?
Review: Karnalganj is a city where the rule of the small leader Bhandari runs and he has taken the responsibility of getting married forcibly. An attempt was made to serve comedy through 'Sab Kushal Mangal', while it is not funny. The film begins with Akshaye Khanna's drama-filled entry, in which his big mustache and big hair are giving him nothing but a scary look. Although Akshaye Khanna is very impressive in acting Akshay could not impress anything through this monotonous script and his character.
In the film, newcomers Reva Kishan and Priyank Sharma and the confidants are definitely seen, but there is no special chemistry between the two. Priyank seems promising because of his looks, but the lack of enthusiasm he should show for his journalist, Pappu Mishra's character, which exposes the misdeeds in his show 'Sankal Ood Li Mein'. Reeva Kishan is better seen in her character Mandira, but her character has nothing to say on the issue of marriage, one of life's big decisions.
The film has performed well by the best actors like Satish Kaushish, Supriya Pathak Kaur and Rakesh Bedi. Where the first half of the film has deviated from the road, the second half has controversies and fights and you feel the end of the story. In some scenes of the film, Akshaye Khanna and his goons are seen laughing, which lightens the tone of the film. The music is average, the shooting of the song has been done well, but they have been placed in the wrong places in the film and the film has been prolonged. The background score is quite loud, full of noise. The film's story does not take a strong stand against evils such as forced marriage and dowry, it is rather a half-baked effort.