Complete review of ‘Namaste England’
Star Cast: Arjun Kapoor, Parineeti Chopra, Aditya Seal, Alankrita Sahai
Director: Vipul Amrutlal Shah
Producer: Vipul Amrutlal Shah, Reliance Entertainment
Rating: 1.5/5 Stars
Music Director: Mannan Shaah, Badshah, Rishi Rich
Arjun Kapoor and Parineeti Chopra starrer ‘Namaste England’ is a young and refreshing story that traces the journey of two individuals Jasmeet and Param, played by Arjun Kapoor and Parineeti Chopra, and their love story across the landscapes of India’s Punjab to Dhaka, Paris, Brussels and London.
Story of the movie: It is the story about Param (Arjun) who falls in love for Jasmeet (Parineeti). While Param is a farmer, Jasmeet aspires to be a successful jewellery designer. Param’s love blossoms from one festival (Dussehra) to another festive season Sawan and finally he decides to approach his ladylove. Soon they get married. However, the ambition of the leading lady is suppressed by old-fashioned chauvinist grandfather and brother. Jasmeet wants Param to allow her to pursue her career even after marriage to which he agrees without a second thought. However, even after a year of marriage, things don’t fall into place. The helplessness starts taking mental toll on Jasmeet, hence, she makes the biggest decision of her life to move to London putting her marriage at stake. Will Param get successful in bringing back Jasmeet? What types of hurdles he faces? For this, you have to watch the film.
Star Performance: Arjun Kapoor has delivered a good performance in the film. While, Parineeti has also done justice to her role. Alankrita Sahai looks hot. While, Aditya Seal has a very limited screen space.
Music Direction: The film’s music is good. Songs like Bhare Bazaar, Proper Patola and Tere Liye are already hit among the audience.
Direction: The film’s direction is okay. Maybe the concept was good, but the execution was weak. Maybe some scenes were good, but the movie failed to be greater than the sum of its parts.
Watch Or Not: You can watch it once, otherwise wait for it’s television premiere.