October has been received very well by critics and fans, who are mainly praising the direction and Dhawan's performance in the film. The film that experienced a slow start on Friday, April 13, the day it hit screens, has shown almost 48.21 % growth on Day 2. As per early trends flowing in, the movie has collected in the range of 7-8 crores on its day 2. Metros/plexes are clearly contributing heavily to the revenue...
Although the figures are much less compared to Varun's previous films, the business seems to be good enough, considering the fact that it's not like the actor's other masala entertainers.
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The Shoojit Sircar-directed-film was released on April 13.
Bankrolled by Rising Sun Films & Kino Works, "October" is scripted by Sircar's frequent collaborator Juhi Chaturvedi. Boxofficeindia.com further stated that the film is expected to get more audience on their second day, but it wouldn't be an extraordinary rise in collection. Although most of the audience are talking positively about the film, the only drawback that many pointed out was the slow narration.
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The critical acclaim and the positive word of mouth has played a strong role for the increase of footfalls in the theatre.
The problems with October box office collections were three-fold.
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