While on the first day, the film had made Rs 5.04 crore, it recorded a growth of 48.21 per cent and minted Rs 7.47 crore, according to trade analysts. Should continue the upward trend on Sunday. "October" marks Shoojit Sircar's return to direction after a gap of nearly three years, since his last film "Piku", which won him many accolades and awards. He stated that he went by his pure instinct and had followed through with Shoojit for nearly a year to cast him in his film. According to boxofficeindia.com, October earned Rs 4.50 crore to Rs 4.75 crore nett on the first day. "Trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted the figures of the movie with a post that read, "#October shows a SUPER 48.21% GROWTH on Saturday. Friday 5.04 crore, Saturday 7.47 crore. Also, the storyline of the film is very different from the usual Bollywood romantic stories making it a fresh take on love. "Not a love story, but it is a story about love". 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.
We want it to be a hit simply because October boasts of Varun Dhawan's career best performance. Varun has not delivered one single flop in his entire career so far and he should not care about that with an unbelievable film like October that touches hearts. Although most of the audience are talking positively about the film, the only drawback that many pointed out was the slow narration. Previously, Varun had mentioned that he did not do October thinking of box office numbers.
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With the positive word of mouth around the film, the bookings for the weekend have seen a rise.