Namaste England Story: Param (Arjun Kapoor) and Jasmeet (Parineeti Chopra) fall in love and they get married. Their ideal love becomes bothered by Jasmeet’s suppressed ambition however. She’s dreams of moving to London so she can pursue her career and develop a better life for herself. However, Param is not able to acquire a visa which produces some high play in their love life.
Namaste England Review: Love makes you do strange things and at times the unconventional also. However, getting indulged in illegal immigration for the sake of your love, will seem somewhat far-fetched. ‘Namaste England’ is the story of a happily married couple who have caught up in an odd experience. They would like to relocate to London, leaving behind a comfortable life in Punjab, simply because the spouse, Jasmeet, is not permitted to have a livelihood. The apparently innovative few, take some odd choices in life, ones that truly take their connection to a breaking point. The narrative does have an inherent message, however, the lackluster writing and leadership are not able to learn more about the real potential of the movie.
‘Namaste England’, starts as a run-of-the-mill love story, in which boy meets girl, they fall in love and immediately get married. However, the issue arises when Jasmeet (Parineeti) wants to become a jewelry designer and Param (Arjun) can not help her out even though he wishes to. He and his dad have been ensured by Jasmeet’s granddad to never allow her work.
Even should you come to terms with all the regressive values of these figures, the ho-hum screenplay creates’Namaste England’ a whole lot tougher to sit . The long-drawn first half of this movie just does not get going. The period brings an unexpected twist, but the next half dives into over-the-top humor and melodrama. The entire assumption of Param maybe not being able to find a visa is a bit too light on logic. What makes matters worse is that the background score, which feels as though it belongs at a campy 90s humor.
‘Namaste England’ is taken in some gorgeous places across India and Europe, but the exotic atmosphere is disappointed from the predictable and uninspired writing. Arjun Kapoor and Parineeti Chopra had crackling chemistry ‘Ishaqzaade’ (2012) and the duo still look fantastic together, but their personalities are so poorly crafted that their best efforts can not salvage the narrative. Parineeti, particularly, tries very difficult to bring some semblance of admiration with her performance, but it simply does not work out. Alankrita Sahai, at a glamorous avatar, looks fantastic on screen, but her character does not offer you any opportunity to do, either.
The audio, direct by paths such as’Bhare Bazaar’,’Tu Meri’ and’Suitable Patola’, is a lot more fun than the movie. ‘Namaste England’ has a great deal of promise, but the movie isn’t able to shake the ill-effects of all clichéd storytelling. This is a classic example of love’s labor lost.