Director: Indra Kumar
Producer: Ashok Thakeria, Indra Kumar
Cast: Vivek Oberoi,Fardeen Khan,Sajid Khan,Boman Irani,Esha Deol,Amrita Rao
Today the unspoken rule of comic movies in Bollywood is dont go to the theatre with your thinking caps on. Forget logic, forget reasoning, dont question anything......just enjoy the movie. But the question that you ask yourself is.....how much nonsense can you take. Indra Kumar has given very good comedy in the past. Right from DIL, which had a generous dose of light moments, to MASTI his movies had plenty of comedy and fun. But unfortunately Pyare Mohan disappoints bigtime. The film has everything in it - an accomplished director, experienced writers and a very good cast but sadly the movie does not make you laugh.
Pyare [Fardeen Khan] is blind, while Mohan [Vivek Oberoi] is deaf. An inseparable duo, the duo were stuntmen in a film company initially, but after having met with an accident on the sets of a film, Pyare loses his vision, while Mohan goes deaf. They now run a gift shop. The sole factor missing in their life is romance. Both yearn for a girl-friend. But things change one morning when they accidentally run into two sisters, Preeti [Esha Deol] and Priya [Amrita Rao].
Pyare and Mohan start dreaming of a future with Preeti and Priya. But the sisters, while leaving for Bangkok for a concert, clear the misconception. They tell Pyare and Mohan in clear words that their being physically impaired goes against them. Also, they add, they've always considered them to be mere friends, nothing more.
En route to Bangkok, the aircraft faces turbulent weather. One of the passengers, Tony [Boman Irani], feels that the aircraft is about to crash and makes a confession to a priest [Feroze Irani], who is seated right next to Preeti and Priya. Tony confesses that he's actually the underworld don who had deliberately spread the news of his death so that he could escape to another country.
A few seconds later, the weather turns normal and the guilt-stricken Tony now wants to eliminate the priest since he knows the truth. Tony murders the priest at Bangkok airport itself, but the blame falls on Preeti and Priya. They are charged with murder and imprisoned in a Bangkok prison.
When Pyare and Mohan learn of Preeti and Priya's imprisonment in India, they board the next available flight to Bangkok to rescue them. In the meanwhile, Tony is keen to eliminate Preeti and Priya since he wants to wipe off all clues and witnesses. He instructs his younger brother Tiny [Snehal Dabhi] to execute the task. How Pyare Mohan save the two sisters and also win their love is the story of Pyare Mohan
The film drags on and on without much happening which makes the audience yawn. There is nothing in the film that makes you laugh and all jokes fall flat on the face. Clearly Director Indra Kumar is not in his element this time around. Music is okay. Cinematography is ordinary. Fardeen Khan does a good job. Vivek Oberoi sleep walks through his role. The two girls, Esha and Amrita, do not have much to do except wear skimpy clothes and look confused through out. Boman Irani is wasted. On the whole Pyare Mohan is a nib disappointment.