Parineeti Chopra Reacts To Arjun Kapoor's Grandmother Saying She Is The 'Perfect Bride' For Him

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After fans, Arjun Kapoor's grandmother was the next who gave her thumbs up to the actor's pairing with Parineeti Chopra and now the actress has reacted.

Written By Joel Kurian | Mumbai | Updated On:

'Ishaqzaade' stars Parineeti Chopra and Arjun Kapoor are back together after a gap of six years with the film 'Namaste England.' Their pairing was loved last time and that also ensured that they began their careers with a bang. And it's not any different this time too, with their chemistry being loved in the trailer and songs of the Vipul Amrutlal Shah directorial.

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After Arjun and Parineeti had featured on a magazine together, fans had conveyed their wish to see the two actors get married. Moreover, Arjun's grandmother also said she felt Parineeti would be the perfect bride for him. So what does Parineeti have to say about Arjun's granny's opinion?

The actress answered in an interview with a portal and said a lot of talk has happened over the senior Kapoor's comment, but called 'dadi's comment 'very sweet' and 'genuine.' The 'Kesari' actress believes the reason the senior Kapoor felt so was looking at their chemistry in the promos of 'Namaste England.' Their love story looking very believable could be another reason, Parineeti said.

She continued that their love for each other and friendship is 'really honest', and that she valued her bond with Arjun. She concluded that their family members forgetting the fact that they are actors, but looking at them as a real-life couple was a 'positive compliment.'  

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Parineeti credited their first film together for them 'subconsciously creating' the comfort with each other. The actor also said that like 'Ishaqzaade', there were differences between their characters in 'Namaste England' too, but there was potential for the former to become like the latter. The other similarity, she claimed, between the two films is that both their characters are strong, individual personalities, with Param and Jasmeet in 'Namaste England' having the same kind of attitude like Parma and Zoya in  'Ishqzaade' though the milieu was more 'rom-com' this time. 'Namaste England', that is the second installment of the franchise after 'Namaste London' starring Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif in lead roles, hit the theatres this Friday.



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