Pyaar Ke Side Effects (2006)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Comedy
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Review Summary: On the whole PYAAR KE SIDE/EFFECTS has a refreshingly different theme and is handled in an equally novel format.

Average Critic Rating: (2.78)
Cast: Rahul Bose , Mallika Sherawat , Suchitra Pillai , Sophie Choudry , Ranvir Shorey , Sapna Bhavnani , Taraana Raja , Aamir Bashir , Jas Arora , Sharat Saxena
Director: Sanket Chaudhary
Release Date: 15 Sep 2006

Plot: Sid ( Rahul Bose ) plays a short, thirtyish DJ, who finds himself playing music at Trisha's ( Mallika Sherawat 's) marriage to Vivek ( Jas Arora ) in Delhi. However, he witnesses her fight her sense of responsibility and duty towards her parents and the groom, and runs away. Six Read more

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On the whole PYAAR KE SIDE/EFFECTS has a refreshingly different theme and is handled in an equally novel format.
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama
Think unusual Bollywood pairs.
Sukanya Verma, Rediff 
First things first, it's way better than you expect.
Raja Sen, Rediff 

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Pyaar Ke Side Effects - All Reviews

Siddhart, a.k.a DJ Sid (Rahul Bose), is afraid of commitment. His long-time girlfriend, Trisha (Mallika Sherawat) has just proposed to him (note the switch in roles) and a dumbfounded Sid does not know how to react. A hilarious exploration of modern-day r
Ekanshu Khera, Planet Bollywood
Sounds familiar!? Well don’t all relationships pass through this stage at certain point of time? Rahul Bose as Sid, plays the confused DJ boyfriend who loves his live in girlfriend Trisha (Mallika Sherawat).
Sheetal Tanej Vij, Rate Movies Here
But Pyaar Ke Side Effects is filled with light, humourous moments and what makes it interesting is that people living in cities will identify with the various situations captured on filmThough the film deals with a subject that has often been portrayed, t
Bollywood Mantra
It is the business between Mars and Venus. All over again. But the verdict is that it's a rather enjoyable one. In debutante director Saket Chaudhry's 'Pyaar Ke Side Effects' you shall come across a tame Mallika Sherawat actually complaining to Rahul Bose about Sophie's Cleavage show, I can't pull that off." Must say that's a good one. Best form of humour is on one's own self. And it seems Mallika has learnt to take herself lightly. Finally. PKSE is a romantic comedy between a commitment phobic man and a career woman who realizes that after courtship of three years she has finally found the right man for herself."
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