The newest posters of the Dussehra release find the pair in London’s most iconic spots.
Namaste England posters: Parineeti Chopra, Arjun Kapoor don the Union Jack
Mumbai - 14 Aug 2018 13:31 IST
With around two months to go for the film’s release, two new posters have been revealed for Arjun Kapoor and Parineeti Chopra’s upcoming film, Namaste England (2018).
The film was earlier scheduled for release on 7 December but was moved up to the holiday season and a Dussehra release.
The film’s posters show the lead pair at two iconic locales of London, one every tourist would go to.
This Dussehra, travel the distance for your love. Presenting the #NamasteEnglandPoster.@arjunk26 @ParineetiChopra @RelianceEnt @PenMovies #VipulAmrutlalShah @jayantilalgada @sonymusicindia #BlockbusterMovieEntertainers pic.twitter.com/GygfuWCNbn— Namaste England (@NamasteEngFilm) August 14, 2018
In the first, an exuberant Parineeti Chopra dressed in a salwar kameez dons the Union Jack as a dupatta while a scoffing Arjun Kapoor looks on. The pair are outside Queen Elizabeth II’s London residence, Buckingham Palace.
For the second poster, the tides have changed. It’s Kapoor's turn to don the Union Jack while an unimpressed Chopra sneers at him. They are standing on the famous Westminister Bridge with Big Ben looming in the background.
The film’s earlier posters, released back in February, had the tagline: London jana hai legal illegal sab chalega, meaning We want to go to London by any means, legal or illegal. This time, the tagline says, 'Love can travel any distance’ and the film title's main colours have also been changed.
Kapoor made his big screen debut opposite Chopra in Ishaqzaade (2012) six years ago and the co-stars have remained friends since.
The two will also be seen together in next year’s Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar (2019), directed by Dibakar Banerjee.
Namaste England, directed by Vipul Amrutlal Shah, is due for release on 19 October. Click here to let us know what you think of the film's box-office prospects.
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