The Girl on the Train: Full Movie Netflix, Release Date, Cast
The Girl on the Train is an Indian mystery thriller movie. The movie is based on Paula Hawkins’s novel ‘The Girl on the Train‘. It is directed by Ribhu Dasgupta and stars very charming actress Parineeti Chopra as an alcoholic widow who gets involved in a murder investigation. It co-stars Aditi Rao Hydari, Kirti Kulhari and introduces British actor Sammy Jonas Heaney.
The story follows a divorcee who fixates on the lives of a perfect couple from the window of a train during her daily commutes. Unfortunately, it isn’t long before she becomes entangled in a murder case that has her questioning herself and her entire life.
Release Date of Movie
The film was due to release theatrically in May 2020, until the spread of the coronavirus pandemic canceled those plans. But now it is all set to release on 26th February 2021 on Netflix. Parineeti Chopra had also shared the teaser and poster of the movie on Instagram.
The film will be available for streaming on Netflix from February 26.
Cast of Movie
- Aditi Rao Hydari
- Parineeti Chopra as Mira
- Kirti Kulhari
- Hiten Patel as David as Doctor
- Nisha Aaliya as Actress
- Avinash Tiwary
- Natasha Benton as Anjali
- Sammy Jonas Heaney as Reece Lonslow
- Richie Lawrie as Walter
- Lee Nicholas Harris as Arresting Police Seargent
- Tota Roy Chowdhury
- Persephone Hulewicz as Pri
- Jamie Lee-Hill as Anand’s doctor
- Nina Kumar as Zehra’s Friend
- Rene Costa as Guest Party
Where to watch Girl on the Train?
You can watch The Girl on the Train on Netflix. it will be available on Netflix to stream on 26th Feb 2021.
Check out our previous article of Upcoming Netflix Series/Movies in February 2021.
Follow us on Facebook, Pinterest, LinkedIn and other social media handles.
While Molly learns what it means to be an adult, she has to simultaneously teach her younger cost what it means to be a kid. Merralee Clem Malloy
Thank you for the sensible critique. Me & my neighbor were just preparing to do some research on this. We got a grab a book from our area library but I think I learned more from this post. I am very glad to see such excellent information being shared freely out there. Staci Rickert Jacky