Pyaar Impossible!

Pyaar Impossible!

2.6 76 Ratings

Directed by : Jugal Hansraj

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A romantic comedy in which a geek and the most sought-after college beauty are paired together by a twist of fate. And under all odds, an impossible love story begins.

Pyaar Impossible! Credit & Casting

Uday Chopra

Pyaar Impossible! Box Office

  • Gross: INR 5.90 cr.
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Pyaar Impossible! Audience Review

Beauty and the Geek

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I had lowered my expectations for this movie even below the bench just because the film was starring Uday Chopra. Later when I came to know he had even penned the movie I lowered them even more. Some might even think why I saw it. But now I am glad that I did. The movie surprised me in a good way. It was not as bad as I had thought it would be. There was a feel of honesty which exuberated from the movie. All in all a feel good kinda movie.

The story basically revolves around a beauty and a geek and how they eventually fall in love with each other. This is a jodi definitely not made in heaven but on earth. Watch out for the sequences where Uday tries to woo Priyanka.

The music of Salim Sulaiman is catchy and apt for the movie's feel.

Uday was surprisingly good, both as an actor and as a writer. Priyanka was the perfect Alisha Merchant, the casting crew could have ever found. Jugal Hansraj did another decent job of directing a film after Roadside Romeo.

Definitely worth watching once, if not on the big screen then surely on DVD.