Namaste England Full Cast & Roles Played by Actors

Namastey England has been among the most awaited Bollywood films of the year 2018. The movie consists of cast that is really magnetic to the audience. So lets have a look at the complete cast of Namastey England and roles played by Lead characters.

Arjun Kapoor as Param


Arjun Kapoor is playing the lead male character of Param, a typical jolly Punjabi boy who is tougher from outside but has a heart that is ready to be in true love. In the movie you will also witness the “Never Give Up” attitude of his when he travels to London.

Parineeti Chopra as Jasmeet


Jasmeet is a Punjabi girl but doesn’t seem like a typical one; yes she is beautiful and filled with joy. But, she isn’t among those who are made to be at home all life. Jasmeet has dreams that she wants to achieve for her soul’s satisfaction; though the character has moralities as she also respects her personal relations along with career.

Parineeti’s character of Jasmeet is the one that triggers to “Call to Action” in the movie, all the drama begins because of her.

Aditya Seal as Sam


Little to none is known about the character of Sam and that is the highlight of it. Sam is going to be the surprise package in the storyline. You may not have any clue if there is a twist in Namastey England, but there is and it is Sam who brings it.

Namaste England Full Cast List

  • Arjun Kapoor as Param
  • Parineeti Chopra as Jasmeet
  • Aditya Seal as Sam
  • Hiten Patel as an Immigrant
  • Manish Kumar Srivastava as Shyam
  • Jitendra Rai
  • Joakim Skarli
  • Glenn Webster
  • Shreya Mehta
  • Jitendra Rai
  • Clément Giren
  • Anjani Joshi
  • Dijana Dejanovic as Alisha
  • Manoj Anand
  • Sonia Goswami
  • Frina Mehta
  • Umesh Wadhvani
  • Kinjal
  • Mohit Chhabra
  • Kuldeep Nighah

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