While Parineeti Chopra continues to shoot for the thriller The Girl On The Train, the actor has shared her intriguing looks where she is injured, scarred, drunk and holds a startled expression.
Parineeti Chopra is in London for the Hindi remake of Emily Blunt starrer The Girl on the Train. While she continues to shoot for the thriller, the actor has shared her intriguing looks where she is injured, scarred, drunk and holds a startled expression.
Sitting in a bathtub, Parineeti stares at the wall and the look on her face is bound to send some chill down your spine. From the looks of it, it seems to be a critical moment in the film’s chronological. Sharing the photo, the actor wrote on Instagram, “Something I’ve never done before. And the most difficult character I have ever played in my life.”
In another photo, Parineeti holds the expression of an alcoholic. “A raging alcoholic. Something I’ve never done before and the most challenging character I’ve ever played.
The Girl on the Train, starring Emily Blunt, was an official variation of Paul Hawkins bestseller of the same name. The film narrated the story of an alcoholic divorcee who rides a train every day and admires a couple as her train passes through their house. But one day she gets involved in the investigation of a missing person.
Ribhu Dasgupta, the director of the Hindi remake explained Parineeti’s look in the film to Mumbai Mirror, He said, “It’s a turning point in the chronological and will really surprise you. We have been shooting here for the last 15-20 days, almost 16 hours a day, and I have to say that Parineeti has a enough to offer, her talent is still untapped.”
Further, he added, “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.”