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October Reviews and Rating
Dan (Varun Dhawan) is living the life of any carefree 21 years old, revolving around a bunch of friends and fellow hotel interns who feed off each other’s everyday moments, their ups and downs. Shiuli (Banita Sandhu) is one such intern at the same hotel, who at times is at a receiving end of Dan’s audaciousness. Life goes on until a sudden turn of events smashes Dan and Shiuli’s lives together, into a bond that’s unlike any 21-year-olds. The emotional connection between them goes through a metamorphosis that brings out a form of love that’s unlike any other eventually leading to an internal awakening. October is not a Love Story, but rather a story about love.
Cast and Crew
- Varun Dhawan as Danish Walia
- Gitanjali Rao as No role assigned
- Banita Sadhu as Shiuli
- Sahil Vedoliyaa as Manjeet
Directed by Shoojit Sircar and produced by Juhi Chaturvedi
Other production teams
- Sheel Kumar – Producer
- Ronnie Lahiri – producer
- Kumar Thakur – Executive producer
Film Editing and Casting Credits
Jogi Mallang as Jogi
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October Reviews and Rating
October got a good response from the viewers. The film is Indian-Romantic Movie released on 13 April 2018.
October, a month in autumn, is more than just a symbol in Shoojit Sircar’s new film. It covers a lifetime. It brings haunting images, evokes tears, makes you anxious and then leaves you blank. You’re numb while waiting to return to reality. You’re battling with emotions and an entirely different story is playing in your subconscious. You know what you have just seen is more than just a film — it’s your story.
Dan (Varun Dhawan) is a sweet but rebellious hotel management student training at a Delhi hotel. His managers are not particularly happy with his sharp jibes, but he is a mostly a lovable guy. He aspires to be a chef, but he is unable to cope up with the hardships of the training, so sometimes he wouldn’t clean the towels or wouldn’t serve somebody’s order on time. In a way, this is how he sees life, a chance to get even.
Shiuli (Banita Sandhu) is another trainee at the same hotel. They are friends, but they hardly interact. One day, Shiuli falls from the third floor and goes into a coma. Like everybody else, Dan is also concerned about her well being. The only difference is that he can’t move on with life like others. All seasons of his life get stuck in that October.
Calling October only a love story will be an injustice to its resilient tone. The movie is a battle, both interpersonal and intra-personal. The film is not about logic or wise decisions, it’s about how far can you go for the things you believe in. It’s about finding that one thing which defines us. It’s about realizing that we’re more than moving robots or talking heads.
What happens when you’re asked to come to office really early on a winter morning? You witness the calmness of a city that would soon melt into the chaos an average day brings along. You let the breeze gently touch your skin. Probably years have gone by in search of this moment. October is all about such instances.
The innocence with which we gazed at sunsets in our childhood returns to haunt us while watching Dan going through a silent transformation. In a world where self-indulgence is called practicality, he stands for someone who is willing to risk everything for one more hour of soulful living.
Juhi Chaturvedi’s writing prepares the audience for accepting Dan as he is. Dan has been shown as a restless person not very focused on objectives in general. He doesn’t speak much but is slowly getting closer to exploding. He talks about emotions and what they mean to us beyond a point.
Hindustan Times Rating
- production rating 4 out of 5
- performance rating 4 out of 5
Overall Rating 4.5 out 5
- Critic’s Rating 4.5 out of 5
- Avg. Users’ Rating 4.5 out of 5
overall rating 4.5 out of 5
Indian Express Rating 2.5 out of 5
IMDb Rating 8.5 out of 10
NBT rating 4 out of 5
Nxt Genration rating 4.1 out 5
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