The Train


Banner:    Siddhi Vinayak Creations
Cast:    Emraan Hashmi,Geeta Basra,Sayali Bhagat,Asseem Merchant
Direction:    Raksha Mistry,Hasnain S Hyderabadwala
Production:    Narendra Bajaj ,Shyam Bajaj
Music:    Mithoon

The winding twists and turns in the plot of ‘The Train’ make it a good ride for passing your time.

Director duo Raksha Mistry and Hasnain Hyderabadwala seem obsessed with Hollywood. After rehashing ‘Collateral’ as ‘The Killer’, the duo now comes up with ‘The Train’, inspired from the Clive Owen, Jennifer Aniston starrer ‘Derailed’. However, the directors have Indianized the plot by making their own additions and alterations at the movie’s fag end.

‘The Killer’ director duo of Raksha Mistry and Hasnain Hyderabadwala are back again. This time with ‘The Train’ this is inspired by the Clive Owen, Jennifer Aniston starrier ‘Derailed’.

Vishal (Emraan Hashmi) is working in Bangkok as an advertisement executive. He is married to Anjali (Sayali Bhagat) and has a cute little daughter Nikki. Vishal and Anjali are trying their level best to save their marriage. Vishal is under a lot of pressure both at home and at work.img167/2705/emraa07062nc3.jpg

One fine day on his way to work on the train, he meets Roma Kapoor (Geeta Basra). Its almost love at first sight. Soon Vishal gets to know that even Roma is trapped in an unhappy marriage. Their unfortunate circumstances lead them to empathize with each other, which ultimately leads to an adulterous affair. Back home, Anjali gets suspicious because of Vishal’s unusual behavior. Just when things could not get any worse, Vishal realizes his secret is known to an unknown stranger. What follows is an edge of the seat thriller which is worth a watch.

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