Check out The Girl On The Train review about Parineeti Chopra's newly released Netflix movie.
Audiences have been able to witness recreations and remakes of movies. Adapting a well-received book into movies has received both positive and negative responses from book lovers. The recently released Bollywood movie The Girl On The Train is another example of a best-selling book adapted into a movie. It is based on a book by the same name written by Paula Hawkins. The book was previously made into a movie starring Emily Blunt in the lead. The Indian adaptation of the book stars actor, Parineeti Chopra.
A psychological mystery thriller, the story revolves around divorcee Mira Kapoor, played by Parineeti, who is struggling with alcoholism and amnesia. It takes the audience through a thrilling search as Mira ends up becoming a murder suspect for the death of the girl, Nusrat, essayed by Aditi Rao Hydari, she witnessed every day on her train ride. The film has several plot twists and thrilling moments. The movie is directed by Ribhu Dasgupta and also stars Hiten Patel, Richie Lawrie, Nisha Aaliya, and Avinash Tiwary in pivotal roles.
Here's the, The Girl On The Train public review. Take a look:
Yep. Everyone has the same reaction after watching The Girl on the Train
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