October: New photos of Varun Dhawan and newcomer Banita Sandhu are making us hopeful for the film


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Banita Sandhu is making her Bollywood debut with October. The new stills of the actors are turning out to be a visual treat for fans. Varun Dhawan and Banita Sandhu film is set to release on 13 April 2018. Shoojit has earlier directed Banita in one of his commercials, and thought she had a certain ‘freshness’ to add to the film. Shooting in Manali was one of the best shooting experiences I have ever had. Glimpses from Shoojit Sircar’s forthcoming film October is generating some positive vibes. @banita.sandhu I miss you and the dog see you soon. See new stills of October staring Varun Dhawan and Banita Sandhu:

 

Director Shoojit Sircar had earlier shared about October, “It is a genre that I have always wanted to delve in. See photoVarun Dhawan and newcomer Banita Sandhu starrer October has been making headlines for a while now. Varun shared the new stills and wrote along, “#OCTOBER. 2017-12-10T14:11:34+00:00″>
Updated: December 10, 2017 2:11 pm

Varun Dhawan and newcomer Banita Sandhu starrer October team finished the last day of the shoot in Manali recently and it seems the stills are from the same location. The film’s team finished the last day of the shoot in Manali recently and the stills are from the same location. Juhi (Chaturvedi) and I have always tried to create stories from the reflections of real life moments that we see around us. While love and romance have been entwined with Indian cinema, there is abundance in that emotion that everyone can have their own interpretations of.