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October box office collection day 1: Varun Dhawan's film earns 5.01 crore

October box office collection day 1: Varun Dhawan's film earns 5.01 crore

You can say that this movie is one of the most awaited movies because it has great cinema presentation and here I am talking about the acting, direction and cinematography work. The film is his first collaboration with filmmaker Shoojit Sircar and also Banita Sandhu's maiden film in Bollywood. Also, the movie is written by Juhi Chaturvedi. And if the positive word of mouth continues, the film may rake in good moolah before fading away at the commercial circuits.

"Movie critic and biz analyst Taran Adarsh on Sunday took to micro-blogging site Twitter to share the second-day collections of the Varun Dhawan starrer and wrote, "#October shows a SUPER 48.21% GROWTH on Saturday.

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Deccan Chronicle critic Rohit Bhatnagar gave three stars to Varun Dhawan starrer and wrote in this review: "October surely doesn't have a solid plot but the journey of two people and their unnamed relationship is tearful".

Varun Dhawan, Banita Sandhu starrer and Shoojit Sircar's directed film October got a release at the box office on Friday, 13th April 2018. Dan is within all of us we have just forgotten it with time. This is a huge percentage of jump comparing with the first day. The occupancy on its second day was a little better. Also, the sources are saying that the flick is going to make good efforts and makers are going to make good bucks from the movie in upcoming days. Further jump of Sunday will ensure the movie to clock in 20 crore weekend which will be superb for it. Monday holds the real key and October has to pass the acid test to prove how it can trend well. The emotional drama that also stars Banita Sandhu is unique story about love that goes beyond the normal love stories that takes audiences on a attractive journey of love, life and relationships.


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