October Movie review

Varun Dhawan’s Movie October has been released and today we are giving you a review of this movie. ‘Feel the realization of this reality, let love be kept in love, do not give any name.’ This song was written by noted lyricist Gulzar in the 1970s for Bhale Waheeda Rehman-Rajesh Khanna’s film ‘Khamoshi’, but the lyrics of this song fits on the Shukit Government’s ‘October’. There is no love, no voice, no voice, a silence, hearss what he says … Shukit’s ‘October’ narrates an unknowingly love story. It takes time to understand this love in the early part of the film, but as the film progresses, you go down into its depth. Where climax explains unconditional love, you sadly make you sad and you are forced to think about how it would be like living in such a love story.
Hotel Management Dain (Varun Dhawan) is internship at a five star hotel. He does not take any work seriously in his life. However, his dream is to open a restaurant, but during the internship, he is given the warning to be removed repeatedly because of his peer movements and indiscipline. On the other hand, his batchmate Shivli is very diligent and disciplined student, unlike Dan’s mood. There are a few scenes in the story between Shivali and Dan, where there is a unintentional relationship between them, but the writer-director did not underline it anywhere. Then one day Shiva falls asleep in an accident and goes into coma. While this incident happened with her, Dan was not present there, but before the accident, Shivali was definitely asked about Dan. The condition of Shiva, which has gone to coma in a poisoned condition, has a profound impact on Dan. While cutting through the hospital of Shivali, he has to travel on a journey about which a 21 year old boy could never think about it.
Shoojit Sarkar, who made films on different subjects like ‘Wiki Donor’, ‘Piku’ and ‘Pink’, seems to be giving a new dimension to love, which does not match the Hindi films anymore. The first 45 minutes of the movie go on very slow speed. To understand this, you have to work with patience, but as the story progresses, the details of the characters force us to land in their life.You get involved with unintended emotions. It is necessary to mention the author Juhi Chaturvedi, who has given the ease and sensitivity of Shujit through his writing. Cinematography of Avik Mukhopadhyay seems to be a painting in many scenes.
In all the films like ‘I Tera Hero’, ‘Twin 2’, ‘Hampati Ki Dulhania’, Varun Dhawan, who has made Hindi cinema the popular film hero, you can not quite remember that he has dances, romance and Known for Fight. Here, he resurfaces Dan’s character with his body language, dialogue delivery and humorous eyes. Banita Sandhu has made the role of Shivali effective with her eyes. Hindi cinema has got an intuitive and powerful actress in the form of Gitanjali Rao, who plays Shvali’s mother. Supporting artists also look real beyond textures.
So that;s it for this movie and i hope you will like my review.

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