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Love Possible critic rating (Times of India): 2
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Love Possible critic rating (Glamsham): 1
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Love Possible  (2012 - Hindi)

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  • Pritam Roy
    Pritam Roywrote on Mar 18 2012 7:42AM

    LOVE POSSIBLE is a story of a set of two friends: two boys and two girls. The girls are from out of town, and share a flat, while the boys are childhood friends who live in Mumbai. One (Karan Mehra) is a rich boy whose parents have left him a thriving business, while his friend (Raj Singh Arora) is sponging him dry of his wealth.

    Karan is still a kid who refuses to grow up. His office is more like a college campus and Raj Singh is making sure that Karan continues in the same vein for his own selfish interests. Shrishti Sharma is sharing an apartment with Anisha Verma. Anisha is the seasoned pro who knows how to make her boss eat out of her hands. She trains Shristhi to be a 'smart secretary' who will eventually marry her boss. Shristhi lands up a job in Karan's company and quickly she sets things right for Karan; first by letting him know how his friend is duping him and then by slowly getting him interested in the day-to-day proceedings. He falls in love with her. But is this a game for Shristhi, or is she also in love with him?


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