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The Girl On The Train Trailer: Netizens Heap Praise on Parineeti Chopra

The Girl On The Train

The Girl On The TrainParineeti Chopra has been receiving a lot praise for the trailer of The Girl on the Train. The film is the official adaptation of British writer Paula Hawkins’ 2015 debut novel of the same name, and will release on Netflix on February 26.

The much-awaited trailer of The Girl On The Train was finally released by Netflix on Wednesday. Featuring Parineeti Chopra in the nucleus of a murder mystery, the upcoming thriller film is directed by Bard of Blood fame Ribhu Dasgupta. The Netflix original film showcases the life of Meera Kapoor, played by Parineeti, who is an alcoholic widow suffering from amnesia. Official adaptation of British writer Paula Hawkins’ 2015 debut novel of the same name, the movie will release on the streaming site on February 26.

Parineeti herself is elated on seeing the reactions to the recently-released trailer. She revealed that since the release, she had charged her cell phone 4 times due to the amount of activity happening. Sharing a still from the film, she captioned the post, “Thank you – from the entire team. Our hearts our full.

As soon as makers released The Girl on the Train trailer, netizens took to social media platforms to hail Parineeti’s new avatar. Fans loved it and put out their opinions on the micro-blogging site. While many praised the actress’ performance, some expressed their dislike. Take a look at the fans’ reactions.

The movie chronicles the journey of Meera, a voyeuristic divorcee and a lawyer with a dark past. To get over her loneliness, she becomes obsessed with a seemingly perfect couple she witnesses from afar. She soon gets unknowingly embroiled in a ruthless crime and takes it upon herself to solve it. Things take another turn as the murder mystery unfolds and the truths about her own life start revealing. The film also features Aditi Rao Hydari, Kirti Kulhari, Avinash Tiwary, Tota Roy Chowdhury, Ishita Dutta, Vatsal Sheth.

In a recent interview with Bollywood Hungama, Parineeti also revealed that she had to tap into her innermost trauma to deliver the melancholy role in the movie.

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