Namaste England Review Cast & Crew:
Release Date19 Oct 2018
Directorvipul Amrutlal Shah
Star CastArjun Kapoor
A man in love (Arjun Kapoor) follows his wife (Parineeti Chopra) to London where she has gone to gain freedom to follow her dreams.
Verdict : Unimpressive
Namaste England directed by Vipul Amrutlal Shah is a failed attempt to cash in on the Namaste London's little fame which has developed a following over the years.
The film starts when Param played by Arjun Kapoor falls in love with Jaspreet, played by Parineeti Chopra. For the next year on every celebration, Param tries to interact with her and finally does when their friends get married. For the first half of the film, you see their character traits and life set up.
Param is a farmer who loves Jaspreet to the moon and beyond, he would do anything for her while Jaspreet has only two ambitions in life one to be working independent women and two marrying an understanding husband, because her grandfather never respected her as a women and treated her like she didn't have any rights to have dreams and ambition.
After they get married, the happy couple tries to make Jaspreet's dream come true, which now changes to going to London. She resorts to unethical means that include her getting married to a UK citizen and lying about it.
The Ishaqzaade pair, Arjun Kapoor and Parineeti Chopra fail to bring back the chemistry and impress the audience. The film's script and the screenplay is weak enough that they have to rely on untimely jokes, unnecessary long songs and memory montages.
While the film does end on a good note, it does not follow its predecessor good charms.