The Girl On The Train Movie Review & Rating

PLOT: A bright city, dull morning, and a curious girl on the train. When a divorcee fixates on the lives of a perfect couple from afar, she soon gets embroiled in a murder mystery that unfolds revealing truths about her own life.

The Girl On The Train is a murder mystery thriller film directed by Ribhu Dasgupta and produced under the banner of Reliance Entertainment. It is based on British author Paula Hawkins’ 2015 novel of the same name, Hollywood movie of the same name was released in 2016.

The film was supposed to release in cinemas on Mother’s Day 2020 but the release was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is released on 26th February 2021 on Netflix.

Star Cast:
Parineeti Chopra as Mira Kapoor
Aditi Rao Hydari as Nusrat
Kirti Kulhari as Officer Kaur
Avinash Tiwary as Shekhar
Tota Roy Chowdhury as Dr. Hamid
Sammy Jonas Heaney as Reece Lonslow
Nisha Aaliya as Piya
Natasha Benton as Anjali
Richie Lawrie as Walter

MOVIE REVIEW: The Girl On The Train starts off on a promising note with a quick character introduction and fast-paced first half. But soon the storyline becomes hard to follow and the screenplay becomes boring.

Parineeti Chopra delivered an average performance. Aditi Rao Hydari and Kirti Kulhari gave a decent performance. Avinash Tiwary and other supporting casts are just fine in their roles. Ribhu Dasgupta’s direction is bland, dialogues are flat and the music is forgettable.

Railway scenes were shot on the location of the Mid-Norfolk Railway. Tribhuvan Babu Sadineni’s cinematography is impressive and Sangeeth Varghese’s editing is good.

The Girl On The Train Movie Rating:
Direction 2/5
Acting 2.5/5
Music 2/5
Story 2.5/5
Screenplay 2.5/5
Overall Hit ya Flop Rating: 2.3 out of 5 Stars (Below Avg)

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