An intolerably childish drama about a wedded couple isolated in the silliest of ways owing to the woman’s wishes to settle in London and begin there as a jewelry designer, Namaste England, directed and produced by Vipul Amrutlal Shah, avoids any similarity to rationale and logic. No scene, line or minute in the film makes any sense at all. Yet, on the off chance that you surmise that it can’t get sink any lower than that, you’d just be underestimating the film’s inclination for unalloyed bilge.
The most expressive actor in this film is a tractor in Pind, which completes a wheelie (probably out of stun) when it realizes that it is stuck in a montage that has the hero win over the heroine by methodicallly stalking her over different Indian celebrations and seasons. Astute Jasmeet agrees to unholy marriage since nice Param agrees to let her seek after her jewelry designing ambitions. Their chemistry, symbolized by some appalling melody and dance schedules, proposes that they are in pure ghee-style love. Any male with even a small portion of a mind would by this point understand that she is basically utilizing him to gain freedom from her harsh family household. The actress is, after all, Parineeti Chopra – playing the role of yet another awful, awful human being whose hollow moral compass compels her to assume that making puppy eyes after exploiting everybody’s emotions will compensate for her sins in the end. And Bollywood’s conscienceless screenwriters continue to enable her delusions.
There’s a perverse harmony about Arjun Kapoor in a monstrously bad Hindi movie. The two are meant to be. Each year, he looks more and more like a disinterested man forced to participate in the family business. It’s not simply the manner in which he presents his lines; it’s his cluelessness between them that proposes he is yet to discover that acting is essentially about reacting. His last three performancess – in Mubarakan, Half Girlfriend and Ki and Ka – are so startlingly lifeless that film schools may utilize them as preventative modules. Alongside Shraddha Kapoor, and now Parineeti Chopra, Arjun Kapoor is one of the uncommon performing artists who is worsening with experience. One can just wish he awakens and smells the filter coffee one day. Until that point, films like Namaste England will guarantee that, in the spirit of genuine patriotism, India keeps on avenging its colonization by shooting trash on English shores with such movies.
Here is the Official Trailer Of Namaste England, directed by Vipul Amrutlal Shah and starring Arjun Kapoor and Parineeti Chopra which is insufferably stupid and senseless.