October first poster: Varun Dhawan looks downhearted and melancholic, seems to be lost in thoughts

09 March 2018, 07:14 PM
October first poster: Varun Dhawan looks downhearted and melancholic, seems to be lost in thoughts (Photo Source: Twitter)
October first poster: Varun Dhawan looks downhearted and melancholic, seems to be lost in thoughts (Photo Source: Twitter)

Bollywood actor Varun Dhawan, who is currently juggling between multiple work assignments in Bollywood, has something new in store to cheer fans further.

After a series of pictures from the sets of October, Varun Dhawan on Friday took to micro-blogging site Twitter and unveiled the first official poster of the Shoojit Sircar directorial.

"#OctoberFirstLook. October will live with you forever.@ShoojitSircar," Varun captioned the poster.

In the dreamy poster, the 'Badlapur' star can be seen laying in the meadows and is lost in his thoughts. The picture also showcases a pervading sense of melancholy.

Earlier, on February 14, the makers have released a beautiful teaser from the film which was too romantic to not fall in love. In the teaser we caught a few glimpses of the lead actor Varun Dhawan and debutant actress Banita Sandhu. While one can see Varun looking at leafless trees, Banita is seen staring out of a window and picturesque locales. The shots of jasmine flowers have further raised the beauty of the teaser.

Being touted as a slice of life love story, October is scheduled to hit the theatres on April 13, 2018.

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Post that, Varun will be seen in Sharat Katariya's Indian Hindi language drama Sui Dhaaga - Made in India. Also starring Anushka Sharma in key role, the movie will hit the theatres on September 28, 2017.

First Published: Friday, March 09, 2018 06:49 PM
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