140 Min. | Comedy – Romance | January 2010
IMDB Rating: 4.7
Director: Jugal Hansraj
Staring: Uday Chopra, Priyanka Chopra, Dino Morea
Pyaar Impossible! Review: In some point of time, everyone has experienced unattainable love. ‘Pyaar Impossible’ definitely shows that with a remarkable love story narrated through Abhay Sharma (Uday Chopra) about the love of his life Alisha Merchant (Priyanka Chopra). A story about a geek who is in love with a beautiful girl totally out of his league. Uday Chopra as Abhay Sharma – loved his acting, fit the role of a Geek perfectly. Uday Chopra has definitely made a strong comeback. Priyanka Chopra as Alisha Merchant – one of the finest Bollywood actress of this generation. Great acting and also looks super gorgeous throughout the movie. Dino Morea as Sidhu – lived up to his role, also does a fine job as the villain.
In Pyaar Impossible, the songs are well-portrayed to emphasize the love between the beauty and the geek. The background score was also fantastic. In any case, Pyaar Impossible is about the improbable love between a beauty and a geek, and Uday Chopra’s story is rather straightforward, revenge of the nerd type, which somehow works fine as a magical fantasy romantic story that’s kept simple and effective, without much fuss. There are essentially three story arcs, one which is the unattainable love that Abhay seeks, the second being Abhay as The Nanny / Butler / Confidant to Alisha’s household, and the third giving cause for Abhay to visit Singapore, in search of the swindler Sidhu/Varun (Dino Morea).
With its catchy tunes and song and dance routine, it hit the nail on the head when the theme song succinctly dealt with the notion of how superficial it actually is when we talk about attraction, but always fail to admit so. In that respect, Pyaar Impossible laid its cards out on the table honestly even though it had to succumb to formula. Overall, you should watch the movie for sure. If you like watching realistic films with full entertainment, then Pyaar Impossible is the one for you. If you like films with a message, this one is for you. If you like good cinema, this is for you. In short, this is for all of us.