Malayalam Hello Namaste Review Rating 1st & 2nd Day Collection Box Office Report

Malayalam Hello Namaste Review Rating 1st & 2nd Day Collection Box Office Report :- Featuring Vinay Forrt, Sanju Sivram, Bhavana and Miya in lead roles Malayalam romantic comedy film Hello Namaste went on screens yesterday across Karnataka and unfortunately this local language thriller has failed to make that much of an impact as Bollywood big release Neerja starring Sonam Kapoor has absolutely dominated this low budget venture on the opening day and we are seeing something same happening on Saturday too.

Speaking about the story of Hello Namaste, starring Vinay Forrt, Sanju Sivram, Bhavana and Miya, is the directorial venture of Jayan K Nair. Vinay and Sanju work as radio jockeys RJ Madhav and RJ Jerry, respectively, at a popular radio station. They are good friends and settle in nearby apartments after getting married. Bhavana plays a baker named Priya, also the wife of Madhav, and Miya plays Jerry’s wife Anna, who works as an HR manager.

Hello Namaste also has an ensemble cast, with Aju Varghese, Soubin Shahir, Joju George, Mukesh, Muthumani, Kottayam Pradeep, Swapna Treasa and Baby Akshara Kishore in significant roles. “Hello Namaste,” touted to be a comic family entertainer, has been scripted by Krishna Poojappura. The cinematography has been handled by P Sukumar and the music composed by M Jayachandran.

Malayalam Hello Namaste Star Rating 3/5* verdict for Hello Namaste : Well according to our expert analysis Hello Namaste is a complete family entertainer that you can enjoy with your parents, wife and kids in cinemas. The film will never let to get bored and you should definitely see it.

Hello Namaste First Day Collection – Rs 3.50 crore (approx)

Hello Namaste Second Day Collection – Rs 2 crore (approx)


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