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Arjun Kapoor's grandmother finally finds a perfect bride for him!

The recently released trailer of Namaste England has garnered immense love and appreciation from across the quarters.

The recently released trailer of Namaste England has garnered immense love and appreciation from across the quarters.
In This Image: Arjun Kapoor
The trailer has not just hooked the audience but has also captivated Arjun Kapoor's grandmother. After watching the Namaste England trailer, Arjun's grandmother has found a perfect bride for her grandson and its none other than his Namaste England co-star Parineeti Chopra.
 

Arjun's grandmom has liked her the actor's on-screen chemistry with Parineeti so much, she thinks that they should get hitched in real life, too.

Arjun's grandmom has liked her the actor's on-screen chemistry with Parineeti so much, she thinks that they should get hitched in real life, too.
In This Image: Arjun Kapoor
While talking about the same, Arjun shares, "After watching Namaste England's trailer, dadi said that out of all my co-stars, I look best on screen with Parineeti. She thinks that Parineeti is the perfect bride for me in real life as well."

Arjun's character is of course not someone who will let go of his love so easily and hence sets off for a voyage to London to bring his wife home.

Arjun's character is of course not someone who will let go of his love so easily and hence sets off for a voyage to London to bring his wife home.
In This Image: Arjun Kapoor
What follows is a roller coaster of emotions as the husband tries to convince his wife to come back to India so that they can rebuild their lives again.

Vipul Amrutlal Shah's Namaste England is a young and refreshing storythat traces the journey of two individuals Jasmeet and Param.

Vipul Amrutlal Shah's Namaste England is a young and refreshing storythat traces the journey of two individuals Jasmeet and Param.
In This Image: Arjun Kapoor
It tracks their love story across the landscapes of India and Europe, starting from Punjab and moving to Ludhiana, Amritsar, Dhaka and all the way to Paris followed by Brussels and finally to London. It's a fun quintessential Bollywood film.