The Girl On The Train First Look: 'Bruised' Parineeti Chopra Look

The Girl On The Train First Look:

The Girl On The Train First Look: 'Bruised' Parineeti Chopra Look

New Delhi: Parineeti Chopra, who will be appearing in the Hindi remake of the The Girl On The Train, just dropped her first look from the movie. And it will catch your eyes with  it's intensity. The movie follows the storyline of Paula Hawkins' 2015 bestseller The Girl On The Train, the film is about an divorcee alcoholic, who has suffered abuse and gets involved in a murder mystery. The movie is expected to release in 2020.

 In The Girl On The Train first look poster, Parineeti's character appears horrifyingly bruised with a head injury and with blood and dripping down her face. She appears in all sorrows. Parineeti described The Girl On The Train as: "Something I've never done before. And the most difficult character I have ever played in my life."

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Parineeti tweeted the first look, have a look,


The Girl On The Train's Hindi remake is being handled by Ribhu Dasgupta. The Hollywood film, starring Emily Blunt as The Girl On The Train and produced by Steven Spielberg's DreamWorks Pictures, released in 2016. Parineeti said in a statement: "I am super excited to be shooting this film because this is a role that I have never experienced this kind of acting piece from me. It's a complete contrast to the kind of personality that is associated with me, so I am excited as an actor to do something completely new,"

Parineeti had earlier said just to make remain in the mood of the character, she would like to finish the shooting schedule at one go in London: "For me to remain in the mood and for the crew to remain in the flow of things we decided to shoot this film in one schedule in England. We will be going in July." 


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