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Thursday, May 31, 2018

October Movie informaction.


 Cast & crew :  varun dhawan ,Banita sandhu, Geetanjali Rao,Sahil Vadoliyaa.
  October story : dev(varun dhawan), a student of hotel management is an intern at  a  top hotel in Delhi alone with his bath mates. An incident occurs at the hotel where one of his colleagues shiuli(banita sandhu). Lands up at the hospital this affects dan far deeply than he even imagined, and thereon, he embarks on an emotional journey where he seeks answers and love in the strangest of circumstances.

October review : shoorjit sircar's 'October ' says a lot, without saying to much. Yas it is a film about love, seen from dens pure and simple world -view and shuili's silent,story stares. It's not a story crafted with heavy does dialogues, romantic ballads or bombastic episode common to the gener. The beauty lies in the simplicity of it all. Den is a 21 Year old who still has a lot of growing up to do; he's clumsy and careless at work, a tad cocky too, but not with an air of arrogance. he doesn't speak volume, but he's blunt and straightforword. Den explain himself with a rear innocence that make him lovable. As colleagues,shiuli and he shares nothing more than a few glances and some casual conversation. after the untoward episode, As she lies in bed, Dan is drawn to her agonizing and motionless world. And something flows and flourishes between them. Something call love, maybe?
Shoojit sircar breathes life into every scene with his nuanced direction. The film unfolds at a leisurely pace, but never lacks spirit. He give you a glimpse into the lives of his character, and artfully takes you into his fold. At time you forget that you are watching a movie; instead, you became a spectator to the live of real people, with real, uncorrupted emoctions. The scene at the hospital between den and shiuli, where they acknowledge their relationship in their own indescribable way, is skilfully written and enacted. It throbs  with emotion and make you break  into a smile. The film is not devoid of light humour, it is slipped into tha narrative so seamlessly that it will leave you surprised. The lyrical screenplay, story and dialogue by juhi chaturvedi  excel in every scene, never losing sight of what the film sets out to achieve. Every emotion in this song-less film is not spelt  out; the most overwhelming scenes are laced with lightweight dialogues and silences that leave space for interpretation Avik mukhopadhyay(cinematography) sets the fram with poetic beauty and a charm that is inescapable. The background score by shantanu moitra, softly blends in, adding mood to the drama.
Varun dhawan drops the bollywood hero's garb in the most understand and finest performance of his career. shoojit brilliantly moulds varun into Dan, making you forget that you ever saw him grooving shirtless on screen before. Debutante baniya uses her beautiful eyes to express emotions ,or lack of it. It's an arduous task, as that's the only ammo she has at hand  gitanjali as shiulis mother is a class act.

'october' is not bound by indian sensibility alone; it is a human story that will possibly enjoy a much wider appeal across international audiences. It is evident that the director wanted this story about love to find it's own life cycle of blossom.
But for an audience seeking entertainment, given the languid pace of the story, it might seem boring.


In love and relationship, a lot remains unsaid and undefined what can't find it's way into words, will find a way too flow out. Let it. The fragrant memory of shiuli (The Bengali name for night jasmine) and Dan's unconditional story will linger long after. Go, take it all in.

In-depth Analysis
Our overall critic's rating is not an average of the sub scoress below.

Direction:----------- 4.5/5
Dialogues:----------- 3.5/5
Screenplay:-----------4.0/5
Visual appeal:------------4.0/5


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