October trailer: Varun Dhawan and Banita Sandhu chemistry is ravishing


The teaser of the film also starring debutante Banita Sindhu is refreshing!

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And now, just a few minutes ago, Dhawan Jr. dropped a yet another poster from the upcoming film, which also features the debutant leading lady, Banita Sandhu, and we must say, we are more puzzled than the first time around.

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While we are all gearing up for the trailer launch of Shoojit Sircar's October, Varun Dhawan is all to set give a lot of first to his fans. It's not a movie about hugs, kisses and dates. But this time, the actor is seen playing a sweet yet mischievous boy, trying to get into the hospitality industry. The actor's mother accompanied him to the trailer launch. Presenting the official trailer of October, a unique story about love that goes beyond the normal love stories. "That is when we decided to make Varun go live through his social media handle while he is on his way to the event talking about what October is to him", concluded the spokesperson. Before the trailer launch the actor will be seen live in the theatre on the big screen while travelling toward the venue of the launch. "Banita is just 20 years old and does not know much about how the media functions here". As intense as Varun Dhawan's Dan is, he is equally gullible while Banita Sandhu's Shiuli seems ill yet honest. The venture is produced by Ronnie Lahiri and Sheel Kumar. Trailer of october will release on 12 March and the film will come out on 13 April.

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