The Girl On The Train's Character Posters Out; Parineeti Chopra, Aditi Rao Hydari & others leave fans curious
Parineeti Chopra released the character posters of her upcoming film The Girl On The Train. The adaptation of the Hollywood film of the same name is set to be release on February 26.
Parineeti Chopra revealed the character posters of the anticipated film The Girl on the Train (TGOTT) much to the excitement of her fans. The mystery-thriller is an official Bollywood adaptation of Paula Hawkins’ 2015 bestseller and Hollywood film of the same name. It is set to premiere on Netflix on February 26, 2021. Netizens first caught a glimpse of the remake when Parineeti posted a teaser earlier this year. Making its way to the top of the most talked-about films, its release will make fans reach out for the remote.
On her official Instagram handle, Parineeti unveiled four character posters of the film and confirmed the release date. In the posters, we see Parineeti in the lead role of Meera, an alcoholic divorcee who gets involved in a missing person’s investigation. The posters confirmed the various character roles fans would get to witness their idols as. The film also stars Aditi Rao Hydari, who will play the part of the missing woman; Kirti Kulhari, will be seen as the detective in the case and Avinash Tiwary, will play the role of Meera’s husband. The pictures doubled the anticipation of fans, spreading curiosity across social media.
Bankrolled by Reliance Entertainment, TGOTT also features Tota Roy Chowdhury, Sammy Jona Heaney, Nisha Aaliya, and Ishita Dutta.
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Among her many forthcoming projects, Parineeti also bagged the lead role in Saina which is a biopic on Olympic medalist Saina Nehwal. Directed by Amole Gupte and produced by Bhushan Kumar, the film will be a celebration of the Saina’s incredible journey as a world renowned badminton champion. The movie was announced in 2017 by Saina on her Twitter handle and was originally scheduled to be released in theaters in 2020, but got delayed due to the pandemic.