The much-awaited movie, The Girl On The Train, starring Parineeti Chopra is all set to launch on the net streaming big, Netflix on February 26. The makers have now launched the primary teaser of the movie. It is a montage of dramatic flashes that options injured Parineeti Chopra, who seems determined to return out of the unlucky scenario she has acquired herself in. The bruise on her brow reminds her of the haunting previous. The tease additionally reveals glimpses of Parineeti being watchful and sneaky on a practice. The teaser ends with Parineeti sporting a straight face, which signifies the calm earlier than a storm. Also Read – Anushka Sharma, Virat Kohli’s First Baby Picture is Just ‘Random Photo’ And Not Their Daughter’s, Clarifies Vikas Kohli
The teaser positively seems to be intense. Itis a Hindi remake of a Hollywood movie with the identical title, based mostly on the storyline of Paula Hawkins’2015 bestseller ebook, The Girl On The Train. For the movie, Parinneti has stepped into the sneakers of Emily Blunt. The story revolves round an alcoholic divorcee (performed by Parineeti Chopra), who had suffered abuse and will get embroiled in a homicide thriller.
Watch the teaser right here:
The psychological thriller is backed by Reliance Entertainment. Parineeti performs the alcoholic lady whereas Aditi Rao Hydari performs the opposite lady in her life and Kirti Kulhari essays the position of a troublesome cop. Bankrolling the Hindi remake as properly, Reliance Entertainment had mentioned in an official assertion earlier that they at all times take delight in backing up robust content material and ‘compelling cinema for the new age audience’ they usually consider The Girl on The Train remake will just do that.
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