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‘The Girl on the Train’ remake first look: Parineeti Chopra’s intense and wounded avatar will pique your curiosity

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Parineeti Chopra is all set to play one of the most challenging roles of her life. The actress will be playing the lead role in the Hindi remake of Emily Blunt starrer ‘The Girl On The Train’. The 2016 film was based on Paula Hawkins’ eponymous debut novel. The actress started shooting for the film recently. And today, she treated her fans and followers with the first look of herself from this mystery thriller.

Sharing the first look, Parineeti wrote, “Something I’ve never done before. And the most difficult character I have ever played in my life.” Parineeti’s scared and bruised look will really make you curious to know more about her character in the film. 

You can check out her intriguing look below:

Here’s her one more intense look from the same film.

Sharing about Parineeti’s character in the film, director Ribhu Dasgupta told Mumbai Mirror, “We prepped a lot in Mumbai before arriving here but a character actually shapes up only during the shoot and I can see it happening beautifully, right in front of my eyes. We have chosen a colour palette of black, grey, brown and deep green for Parineeti, with a focus on her dialogue delivery and body language. It’s an exciting process. Parineeti has a lot to offer. Her talent is untapped.” 

Also starring Kirti Kulhari, Avinash Tiwary and Aditi Rao Hydari, ‘The Girl on the Train’s Hindi remake is yet-to-be-titled.

Also Read: ‘The Girl on the Train’ remake: Kirti Kulhari to play a British cop in the Parineeti Chopra starrer


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