The trailer of Namaste England, starring Arjun Kapoor and Parineeti Chopra, is out today. The trailer shows the love story of Param (Arjun) and Jasmeet(Parineeti) and their journey from separation to reuniting. Sequel to Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif's Namaste London (2007), Namaste England has Parineeti Chopra's character fighting for her rights and to live her dreams and moving to England. Her Husband, Arjun Kapoor’s character, who has a different perspective for love, life, and career, is ready to go after her “legally or illegally”. Thetrailer of the films says, “Fall in love like never before.”
Arjun Kapoor and Parineeti Chopra's first film was Ishaqzaade, which was a super hit. Since then they have continued to remain the best of friends. On Wednesday, Parineeti dedicated a post to Arjun that read: "As I stand at the eve of the trailer launch of arguably my biggest film, I can't help but feel a little emotional. This was a film I had dreamt of doing for a long time, and when I stood on the set in a traditional Indian outfit for the very first time, I felt like I was home. I don't think I would have wanted to share this journey with anybody else but Arjun. He is my most compatible co star, trustworthy mentor and honest friend. I can totally be myself and never have to apologise for it. Non judgemental and caring, Arjun has truly taught me how to handle this complex industry and business. He has the right to scream at me when I mess up, and vice versa. 3am friend? Totally. Everyone knows him for his intelligence and knowledge about this business, his witty humour but for me its his family values and beautiful upbringing that sets him apart as a person. I dont know if we realise it, we are same-same but different. Thanks baba for being my bouncing board, my partner in crime and my true true true friend. Thankyou for understanding me even when I dont say anything! Thankyou for always listening, whether its my rubbish or my advice!! I hope this friendship continues forever, and also show in the beautiful love story we have made in Namaste England. No this is NOT a plug in for the film, this is an honest thank you note to my teacher, because baba you've truly taught me a lot (also because we will never say such nice things in person)! Love you! Now please RTGS 75 million my bank account by Monday thanks. [sic]"
The film is all slated to hit the marquee on the festive occasion ofDussehra, October 19 this year.