The Jugal Hansraj-directed “Pyaar Impossible” is a very Bollywoody live action version of Shrek, just that Shrek was a million times more fun. Jugal imparts a light-hearted feel to the romance; building conversational chemistry between the couple and thankfully giving no background accounts to justify Alisha’s broken marriage. He has the trappings of a competent director. He has handled several sensitive moments with dexterity.
Uday's screenplay remains faithful to the main plot, not deviating one bit. His screenplay is as much conservative as the convenience with which he makes a geek of himself through a bespectacled look. At the same time, it could've been tighter in the post-interval portions.
2 / 5