- Parineeti Chopra as Advocate Mira Kapoor Aditi Rao Hydari as Nusrat John Kirti Kulhari as Inspector Dalbir Kaur Bagga Avinash Tiwary as Shekhar Kapoor, Mira’s husband Tota Roy Chowdhury as Dr. Hamid  Nisha Aaliya as Piya, Mira’s friend Shamaun Ahmed as Anand Joshi, Nusrat’s husband Monisha Hassen as Zehra, Shekhar’s boss Vaunisha Kapoor as Komal Vishakh Vadgama as Officer Kunal Natasha Benton as Anjali Kapoor, Shekhar’s second wife Richie Lawrie as Walter
- Director :Ribhu Dasgupta
Makers have played many scenes simultaneously, sometimes if something is happening then sometimes they will reach somewhere else.
The Girl on a train was a fine watch
Honestly I did not keep very high expectations because I am very well know that Bollywood isn’t capable of churning out good thrillers
Talking about the good points Well the locations are nice. You get to see you a lot of London
There are 1-2 good twists which are unexpected
Aditi Rao is just awesome.
The acting of rest of the cast is very dull. Parineeti has not done a bad job but still she overdoes it in important segments and you don’t connect to her character. I don’t think it was necessary to show so many scenes to prove her alcoholic and disturbed. The police cops are very bland. Kirti Kulhari did a fab job in Pink and criminal justice but here her role is not written properly hence she comes across as unconvincing. I don’t understand why they choose to have setting of London.
It really didn’t serve any purpose. They should have adapted it to an Indian setting
The editor here also needs to be talked about because he should have cut the film by at least 30 to 40 minutes. Some of the scenes they are just unnecessary like this initial wedding Song.