Namaste England Review – Hindi Movie Reviews

Namaste England Trailer - Arjun Kapoor - Parineeti Chopra - Vipul Amrutlal Shah
Namaste England Trailer – Arjun Kapoor – Parineeti Chopra – Vipul Amrutlal Shah

Namaste England Review – Hindi Movie Reviews

Namaste England Review – Hindi Movie Reviews

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AVERAGE CRITICS RATING: 1/5

Reviewer: Rajeev Masand Namaste England Review

Rating: – 0/5 Stars

 

Reviewer: Anupama Chopra Namaste England Review

Rating: – /5 Stars

 

Reviewer: The Times Of India Namaste England Review

Rating: 2/5 Stars

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Love makes you do strange things and sometimes the unconventional too. But, getting embroiled in illegal immigration for the sake of your love, does seem a bit far-fetched. ‘Namaste England’ is the story of a happily married couple who get caught up in a strange adventure. They want to relocate to London, leaving behind a comfy life in Punjab, just because the wife, Jasmeet, isn’t allowed to have a career. The seemingly progressive couple, take some bizarre decisions in life, ones that actually take their relationship to a breaking point. The story does have an underlying message, but the lackluster writing and direction aren’t able to explore the true potential of the film.

Reviewer: Indian Express Namaste England Review

Rating: 1/5 Stars

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In 2007, Shah had come up with Namastey London, in which Akshay Kumar got to tell a bunch of Brits how great India really is, and how wise Katrina’s Jaaz aka Jasmeet was to prefer a large-hearted ‘desi munda’ over a stupid ‘gora’.This week, Shah’s new film, Namaste England attempts at telling exactly the same story, with a different set of actors. Namaste England is just a plain bad film, in which the ‘desis’ who live in the UK are poor misguided souls, and the real ‘desis’, especially those from good ‘ol Punjab, will rescue the world.

Reviewer: NDTV Andhadhun Review

Rating: 1/5 Stars

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An insufferably infantile drama about a married couple separated in the silliest of ways owing to the woman’s desire to settle in London and get started there as a jewellery designer, Namaste England, produced and directed by Vipul Amrutlal Shah, steers clear of any semblance of logic. No scene, line or moment in the film makes any sense at all. It scrapes the bottom of the barrel from the very outset. But if you think that it can’t get sink any lower than that, you’d only be underestimating the film’s penchant for unalloyed bilge.

Reviewer: HindustanTimes Namaste England Review

Rating: 1/5 Stars

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Parineeti’s half-baked character is hard to identify with and her quizzical looks in the film mirror our own. Why would A-list actors work with an A-list director in a film made on a good budget and come up with a film so shoddy and sexist? This is a project that should end careers and for a good reason.

The biggest loser, however, in all of this is England. After LoveYatri earlier this month and now Namaste England, we completely agree with the above confused desi when he says Britishers should stop giving visa to Indians. Or at least to Indian film crews till better sense prevails.

 

Reviewer: Koimoi Namaste England Review

Rating: 1/5 Stars

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All said and done, there are good films, there are bad films, there are movies like MSG: The Messenger, Gunda, Race 3 and then there’s a movie like Namaste England. If you’re going to watch Badhaai Ho and are unable to get the tickets, come back home and watch Namaste London.

 

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