Namaste England Movie Review
Director: Vipul Amritlal Shah
Artists: Arjun Kapoor, Parineeti Chopra
Movie Type : Romantic
Rating: 2/ 5
Rating: 2/ 5
Director Vipul Shah, who made Akshay Kumar's superhit film 'Namaste London', has brought the sequel of this film 'Namaste England'.
Namast England is produced on the lines of the 2007 hit film Namaste London. After watching the film one realizes the 'first seen'. You get to know about the next events beforehand. This romantic film, directed by Vipul Shah, is directed by Arjun Kapoor and Parineeti Chopra.
The hero (Arjun Kapoor) of 'Namaste England', full of common Bollywood tunes, falls in love. He is completely confident that he has found the queen of her dreams (Parineeti Chopra). Paramvir (Arjun) and Jaspreet (Parineeti) get married without any agitation. Jaspreet, though an ambitious girl, succumbs to her radical father's traditional thinking (the woman should be confined to her children and family).
He wants his wife to live the life she wants, so she is ready to fight everyone. But fate takes such a turn that Jaspreet approaches London and Param gets a deep shock from her. Here the question arises whether their married life will last or will it end?
The biggest problem with the film is that it is neither capable of shaking the emotions of the audience, nor is it able to create such a place in its heart to remember for a long time. Starring Arjun Kapoor-Parineeti Chopra, the film has proved utterly incapable of expressing modern-day love. At a time where Bollywood is busy creating new and innovative cinema, this film is still imitating the films of the late 90s, in which the disappointed-desperate Romantic Romeo would have been so immersed in a storm of emotions , Which is nowhere to be seen in real life!
The film is always trying to look progressive. But in reality it follows the same old thinking about the heroines of the Hindi romantic film, in which fake modernism is served. Arjun is serious, but there is nothing new in his funny avatar, which we have not seen before.
Parineeti looks cute in the film, but the depth is missing. There is no doubt that chemistry is made in both. They appear to be made for each other. But their meeting becomes a meeting of common girl and boys. Artists live the life of an old war story. The film's direction is quite old fashioned. There is no newness or freshness in it. The eyes are pleasing due to the beautiful cinematography. The music is slightly better than usual.