Published: Sun, April 15, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Laurence Reese

Varun Dhawan's 'October' collects Rs. 12.51 crore so far

Varun Dhawan's 'October' collects Rs. 12.51 crore so far

"October", starring Varun Dhawan and Banita Sandhu has shown good growth at the domestic box-office on day two of its release. "Playing a flawed human being is a tough achievement to play it flawlessly is even tougher".

Shoojit Sircar directorial follow the life of Dan (Varun Dhawan), a hotel intern as he deals with life and death of a friend Shiuli (Banita Sandhu).

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Varun wrote about the warm reviews his "small film with a large heart" has been getting, noting the film's 86% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Given that this is her debut film, the industry has taken cognizance off her talent and we are expecting to see the actress in several films hereon. It looks like everyone is praising the story. So when I met Banita, I saw someone who was very intelligent, her eyes were really expressive, and she didn't have to do too much to express, she did very little and it expressed a lot and that I would call acting. Audience seems to be slowly warming up the movie in the cinema halls.

Taran tweeted, #October has a slow start.

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But, the magic has been unveiled one the second day and the movie has shown an excellent jump. The movie is good and makers are going to get good profit from it because of the good storyline and viewers are looking quite satisfied with the movie.

Talking about the drastic change in his character choice he said, he will continue to make people laugh and entertain, "I am very aware that people are used to seeing me in a certain way". Still, it became the fifth best opener of the year and 9th best of Varun's career. With the genre and the release scale, the film has had a fair start and is expected to grow further. It is certainly not a typical boy-girl love story which has a tragic end but has a decent amount of relatability.

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Varun has usually been seen playing the Bollywood masala roles.

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