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'I don’t remember how many times broke down' for 'The Girl On The Train'

Parineeti Chopra opens up about how she had to confront her painful life experiences to deliver this role and how it exhausted her. Read more.
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The Girl On The Train’s Hindi adaptation under the same name is making all the right noise due to Parineeti Chopra’s gritty acting performance. In the trailer that was released, Parineeti is promising to deliver a knock-out performance to audience and she has garnered heaps of praise from media and the industry. Pari opens up about how she had to confront her painful life experiences to deliver this role and that, it took everything out of her.
I’m humbled with the response that I have been getting for my work in The Girl On The Train. I have given my blood, sweat and tears and tapped into the innermost traumatic memories of my life to bring this character to life. I don’t remember how many times I broke down on the sets because I was harnessing memories that I have purposely buried deep inside my mind and heart, reveals Pari.
She admits she never otherwise intended to confront these painful chapters of her life.
I never wanted to see those incidents and issues again but I had to, for this film. After reading the insanely brilliant script, I realised that to be able to pull off this character, I would have to reach deep within the crevices of my buried past and confront a lot of pain of my personal life, to show this girl's character and journey effectively and authentically on screen, said Pari.
In the Hindi remake, Parineeti plays a girl named Mira, an alcoholic divorcee, who becomes involved in a missing person investigation and uncovers deeper secrets.
This film has taken me to hell and back because it was not easy to constantly think about my past and constantly keep me on edge all the time before doing a shot that was so intensely charged, both physically and emotionally. It broke me several times. Pari said.
The actress is happy with the outcome:
All the tears I wept, all the long hours of introspection I did, seems to have paid off because people have loved whatever they have seen of my performance. I can't wait to show them the film and see their.

The film directed by Ribhu Dasgupta premieres on February 26 on Netflix. Watch The Girl On The Train on Netflix.

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