Parineeti Chopra-starrer 'The Girl On The Train' Secures OTT Release

Parineeti Chopra Avinash Tiwary's The Girl On The Train to Premiere on Netflix on February 26

Netlix has acquired Reliance Leisure's "The Girl on the Practice", starring Parineeti Chopra ("Kesari"), and can premiere it on the service February 26, 2021. The first few visuals of the teaser show Parineeti in London as she looks out the window of a train in panic.

The star cast of the Hindi version includes Aditi Rao Hydari, Kirti Kulhari, Avinash Tiwary and Tota Roy Choudhury. "There's loads to narrate to each by way of the feelings and mysteries that I used to be in a position to delve into on this thriller - rejection, loneliness, voyeurism, each day commutes on which we see and don't see issues".

The film was due to release theatrically in May 2020, until the spread of the coronavirus pandemic cancelled those plans.

With no dialogues or action in the teaser, we only witness Chopra's deteriorating mental and physical health as she riles up into becoming the harbinger of suspense in the film. The film is about a Meera (Parineeti Chopra) an alcoholic divorcee who gets embroiled in a missing person's investigation. "The Girl on The Train" also got a Hollywood adaptation in 2016 starring Emily Blunt.

Parineeti Chopra's upcoming Netflix film The Girl On The Train's teaser is now out.

The filmmaker said working on the film was an extremely fruitful experience and collaborating with Netflix is always incredible. "Hope the audience will be as excited watching The Girl on the Train as I was making it". We need to be the house for essentially the most entertaining movies within the nation. The Hollywood flick was a Tate Taylor directorial and was produced by Amblin Partners, DreamWorks, Marc Platt Productions and Reliance Entertainment. This relationship has produced several successful films such as The Help, War Horse, Lincoln, The Hundred Foot Journey, The Girl on the Train, A Dog's Purpose, Bridge of Spies, The Post, 2019 Golden Globes and Oscar winning film, Green Book & 2020 Academy Award nominee and Golden Globes victor 1917.



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