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Parineeti Chopra’s The Girl On The Train releases on May 8, 2020

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The upcoming psychological thriller, The Girl On The Train, has got a release date. The film will hit the big screen on May 8 next year. Directed by Ribhu Dasgupta, the film is an official Hindi remake of the Hollywood movie The Girl On The Train which is based on Paula Hawkins’ 2015 bestseller of the same name. The Bollywood version also features Aditi Rao Hydari, Kirti Kulhari and Avinash Tiwary in pivotal roles.

Parineeti wrapped up shooting for the film a few months ago in London. “So, I leave London after seven weeks, finishing The Girl On The Train. Words fail me. Feelings overwhelm me. This is a film that has for the first time stayed, with me after I’ve finished it,” the actress had said. The film produced by Reliance Entertainment.

The Girl On The Train will hit the big screen on May 8 next year

The Girl On The Train will also see actor Kirti Kulhari as a British cop. The film, which a Hindi remake of Emily Blunt starrer of the same name, being directed by Ribhu Dasgupta and will also star Aditi Rao Hydari. In early August, the shooting of the remake began in London. The director of the movie took to Twitter to share the news. He wrote, “Hopping on to a train ride today with Parineeti Chopra.

Taking to Instagram, the quintessential actress shared a series of unseen stills from the film which a caption which read as “The most thrilling ride of my life!!! The Hindi adaptation of #TheGirlOnTheTrain will release on 8th May 2020

Parineeti Chopra has been quite busy shooting for the Saina Nehwal biopic nowadays and therefore has been spending a lot of time in the Badminton court acing her skills to give her best in front of the camera.

While revealing the release date of the film, Parineeti’s film which is being directed by Ribhu Dasgupta, is now on the verge of clashing with Sushant Singh Rajput and Sanjana Sanghi’s ‘Dil Bechara’ which is based on the novel ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ by John Green.

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