Guys, if it’s a Priyanka Chopra movie you can be sure it’s trash.
And so it is with Pyaar Impossible.
Here’s how a bunch of reviewers have trashed Pyaar Impossible:
God help us! The story, screenplay and dialogue credited to the film’s producer-hero Uday Chopra are obsolete. And, the pace of the film lulls you into a semi-coma.
….Salim-Sulaiman’s music is unimpressive. And Jugal Hunsraj may as well have let Uday direct this venture also because he has got zero help from the writing department. Honestly guys wake up and smell the coffee. Forget love, even hate isn’t possible here. This film leaves you bereft of emotions.
Pyaar Impossible is painfully predictable, and offers nothing original in its writing or treatment. On more occasions than one, the makers compromise basic common sense to deliver scenes that are offensive or plain dangerous.
…Indeed, it’s impossible to find much love for this film!
Pyaar Impossible is one of those superbly shallow films that manages to offend you on every level – as a viewer, as a woman, as a mother. This Notting Hill-style rom-com is singularly charmless and absolutely impossible.
[D]irector Jugal Hansraj proceeds to concentrate on making sure that Priyanka Chopra’s clothes get skimpier by the scene and insert meaningless songs and jokes, thus leaving this movie bereft of the one thing it needed the most — heart.
….Loopholes are plenty, dialogues are hackneyed and the lead characters share absolutely no chemistry. Really, in some scenes Priyanka and Uday look more like brother and sister than romantic lovers, even though they both put in sincere performances.
The filmmaker seems to be treating audiences as juveniles, who need an equally juvenile plot to entertain them. I think we are all better than that.