Review - Pyaar Impossible: More mush possible?

wogma rating: Watch if you have nothing better to do (?)
quick review:

No seriously, is more mush possible? Actually, even if it is, I don't want to know. This was enough for a long, long time. Though they had enough maturity to touch upon some very valid issues revolving around love, it's a shame that it translates into a highly typical screenplay with the lousiest dialogues there could be!



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An average looking person barely gets half a glance from the opposite gender. The good-looking people don't necessarily like the diva status accorded to them. They are only human, and would like to be approached by genuine admirers. These are two extremely valid points that keep the geek and the beauty away. And Pyaar Impossible actually dwells into them pretty deeply. Only unfortunately, they use the tackiest lines possible. So much that even a girl would want to avoid this thorough chick-flick.

Fine, you could give the writer credit for trying to have an actual story revolving around the core love story to give the film a little depth. But, except for Alisha (Priyanka Chopra) the other characters hardly had any depth. Abhay (Uday Chopra) and Siddu (Dino Morea) are as white and black as they could be. And it's not like they evoke any emotion in you as a one-dimensional character has potential to do.

It's this monochromatic view of the world, be it Abhay's father (Anupam Kher) or the supposedly 6-year old girl, Tania (who's not credited on the official site), that makes everything very flat, only that it's exaggeratedly flat. Abhay is too nice, his father too patronizing. Siddu is too mean. Sure, there might be people in the real world who are all sweetness or all manipulative. But they are no fun to watch on big screen, especially when they have nothing smart or engaging to say. Oh yeah, the Tania, the 6-year old granny is either extremely annoying or extremely mature. Sorry, that doesn't count as a shade of gray.

For me, the deal was shut in the first few scenes when Uday Chopra's voiceover is 'trying' to be funny. Ok, they might have tried to prove that geeks have a lousy sense of humor, but a film is not supposed to make my eyes roll! And certainly not make me control my yawn or give out a mock-snore because the dialogues are so cliché and preachy. Somehow, I don't see much choice left to the actors in such a situation. They have to exaggerate their sugariness and bitterness and thus come across as caricatures.

It's painful that what could have been a refreshing course on love 101 and in good detail, becomes a discourse you would want to avoid. Despite the good-looking people playing their role to perfection. Oh well…maybe next time Yash Raj Films, you'll be able to avoid clichés that you created.

- meeta, a part of the audience

Parental Guidance:

  • Violence: none
  • Language: clean
  • Nudity & Sexual content: women in skimpy clothes
  • Concept: Love - the possibilities and impossibilities
  • General Look and Feel: Bright and pretty and an attempt to keep it light.

Detailed Ratings (out of 5):

  • Direction: 2
  • Story: 1.5
  • Lead Actors: 2.5
  • Character Artists: 2
  • Dialogues: 1
  • Screenplay: 1
  • Music Director: 1.5
  • Lyrics: 2.5

Pyaar Impossible - Movie Details

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idle jeevi says:First half of the movie is uninteresting and boing. The director doesn’t get audiences interested in his story telling. Movie gets better towards the climax. Pyaar Impossible takes the Hollywood route in terms of storytelling where hero joins as nanny to heroine’s daughter to impress heroine to fall in love with him. It is more like a chick flick. On a whole, Pyaar Impossible is a disappointment.


@Harpreet The title song was too repetitive for my taste. I certainly enjoyed 3 Idiots soundtrack better, it was pretty different.


Good to see priyanka chopra right now she is acting more of heroine oriented movie.


Thanks @TimELiebe for a lovely review :D


@TimELiebe :) thanks!

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