“ October” is a coming of age drama movie scripted by Juhi Chaturvedi and directed by Shoojit Sircar. Ronnie Lahiri and Sheel Kumar produced the film under Rising Sun Films. Varun Dhawan plays the lead role. Banita Sandhu makes her acting debut in October. The film has the star cast of Gitanjali Rao, Ashish Ghosh and Sahil Vedoliyaa. The music composition is by Shantanu Moitra and the cinematography is by Avik Mukhopadhyay. Chandrashekhar Prajapati edited the film.
Dan is a hotel management student and doing the internship in a popular hotel in Delhi. He doesn’t talk too much but a straightforward person. He is not perfect for his work but admits the truth. He exposes what is inside him with his innocent behavior. An incident that takes place in the hotel makes Dan’s colleague Shiuli, hospitalized. What is that incident and what happened to his colleague? Did they get back to normal? Watch the film in theaters.
Varun Dhawan doesn’t seem to be a big hero, but has done his role simplistically and impressed the audiences. Banita, the debutant has performed very naturally and her expressions are realistic. Gitanjali has also expressed her proves as a perfect mother. Other supporting stars have done their best.
The director has chosen a beautiful script that would suit the international audiences. Shoojit Sircar is perfect with his narration and the scriptwriter Juhi should be appreciated for the characterization. Although the film moves leisurely, it doesn’t seem to be slow but at a right pace. Shoojit has perfectly delivered the film putting the actors at the right place.
- Universal script with perfect characterization
- Excellent performance by the leads
- Beautiful screenplay and neat execution
- Dialogues are impressive in a non-preachy mode
What’s Not There?
- Nothing big to be pinpointed as negative
The film is a right mixture of emotions, neatly expressed by the stars. With a perfect cinematography, music and cool art direction, the film impresses the audiences. The best thing is a non-preachy script and just visit the theater, you will love the film.