Actor Arjun Kapoor is shooting back to back two films with his debut film co-star Parineeti Chopra.
Vipul Shah's "Namastey England" and Dibakar Banerjee's "Sandeep aur Pinky Farar".
Though he is elated to work with her, he still feels that he should now take a break on working with Parineeti Chopra.
In the wrap up party of Namastey England, the actor said, “As an actor, Parineeti brings the best out of me because I feel that if you are honest with your co-actor, then automatically, you deliver good results.There is not a feeling of fear in me while working with Parineeti as I can tell her to improvise on a certain scene or ask her to do some more retakes together. There is no sense of insecurity among us in terms of outdoing each other. So, you look forward to work with such actors because eventually it helps both the actors to perform a good scene. That is the reason I enjoy working with her.”
Arjun also talked about both the actors' career graphs so far, he commented:
“It’s been almost seven years since we did our first film together. We were really young while shooting Ishaqzaade. So, there has been a lot of gap... Both of us have been in touch, but I think we have witnessed so many ups and downs in our personal and professional life, but while working on Namaste England, we didn’t feel like we have shot a film after six years.
Now, both of us have worked with each other in two back-to-back films. So, I think we should take a break working with each other.”
He also commented on starring in the sequel of the cult hit "Namastey London", he said :
“It’s a franchise that has been loved for so many years. Namastey London had iconic songs, scenes and visuals, so to be part of that world, and to be working with Vipul sir who has earlier directed that film, gives me an amazing feeling.
It’s also a strange feeling because sometimes you want to be part of some films and I clearly remember that I watched Namastey London with Katrina Kaif (who was the film’s leading lady), and today I am talking about wrapping shooting of Namaste England. So, it’s very surreal in that sense”