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October Box Office Collection Day 5: Banita Sandhu debut film earns Rs 2.61 crore on fifth day.

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October Box Office Collection
October Box Office Collection

Shoojit Sircar directorial film October is doing well at box office. The film started off slowly at the box office but now the film get success to won the several hearts and critics. After first weekend the film collect total Rs 25.66 crore until Tuesday.

October Box Office Collection Day 5

The film collects Rs 2.61 crore on its fifth day. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted on the latest collection of the film and wrote that:

“#October is ROCK-STEADY… Metros/plexes are consistently contributing to the revenue… Fri 5.04 cr, Sat 7.47 cr, Sun 7.74 cr, Mon 2.70 cr, Tue 2.61 cr. Total: ₹ 25.56 cr. India biz.”

https://twitter.com/taran_adarsh/status/986463128857731073

October story plot

It is an Indian romantic drama film. Varun Dhawan played lead role of a hotel management trainee Dan who is living his life as a carefree person and the story revolves around a bunch of friends and fellow hotel interns. Banita Sandhu has also played lead role in the film, Shiulli is also one of the intern in the same hotel. Banita Sandhu debuted by this film in bollywood. She shared a video on her Intagram how she has empowered her being Shiuli. Banita wrote that:

Hours before cutting my hair, Shoojit Sir told me I would be fearless for it. A few days after it was done, Juhi asked me if I felt freer. I replied, no. I didn’t feel anything. I was still hiding behind Shiuli. Then, when the film had wrapped and I returned to London I almost instinctively and religiously wore wigs so I wouldn’t feel exposed. However, after prolonged use, the wigs got uncomfortable, the hats got sweaty and itchy and so, one day, I was forced to wear my hair, whatever little had grown back, in public. Slowly, I began to realise how much I used to hide behind my hair and that I was using wigs and hats to compensate for it. Seeing myself, without any of these distractions, I began to appreciate Banita – with or without hair. I no longer cared about what other people thought of me as I realised my hair didn’t define me anymore, only I defined myself; that’s when I began to feel empowered and fearless. I know there’s a preconceived assumption (ironically, often shown in cinema) that as soon as you shave your hair, you’re immediately liberated but that didn’t happen with me and that’s okay. It took time, at least 3 months, to reach a fraction of that feeling and despite the insecurity and struggle that came with it, it was totally worth it. Beauty comes in all forms. Thank you, @shoojitsircar and @juhic3 for letting me be your Shiuli and making me fearless with it. 🙏🏽

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“Hours before cutting my hair, Shoojit Sir told me I would be fearless for it. A few days after it was done, Juhi asked me if I felt freer. I replied, no. I didn’t feel anything. I was still hiding behind Shiuli. Then, when the film had wrapped and I returned to London I almost instinctively and religiously wore wigs so I wouldn’t feel exposed. However, after prolonged use, the wigs got uncomfortable, the hats got sweaty and itchy and so, one day, I was forced to wear my hair, whatever little had grown back, in public. Slowly, I began to realise how much I used to hide behind my hair and that I was using wigs and hats to compensate for it. Seeing myself, without any of these distractions, I began to appreciate Banita – with or without hair.”

Looking at the current trends the film will easily collects Rs 30 – 40 crore in its life time run at the domestic box office.  Well for this we have to wait and watch.

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