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Varun Dhawan’s ‘October’ to release on April 13

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Mumbai, Oct 30 : Actor Varun Dhawan on Monday shared the first look of his upcoming film “October” and announced that the Shoojit Sircar directorial is set to release on April 13.

“As October comes to an end, it arrives earlier next year. ‘October’ releases on April 13 now,” Varun tweeted alongside a photograph in which he is seen running on a road with an intense look.
The film was earlier slated for a release on June 1.

Varun, last seen in “Judwaa 2”, will share screen space with debutante Banita Sandhu in the film. Sircar is best known for directing films like “Piku”, “Madras Cafe” and ‘Vicky Donor’.

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Maruti Suzuki Arena Announces Varun Dhawan As its Brand Ambassador

I am excited and proud to be a part of the Maruti Suzuki ARENA family," Varun said in a statement

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Bollywood actor Varun Dhawan has been announced as the brand ambassador for Maruti Suzuki Arena channel.

The “Judwaa 2” actor will be the face of the automobile company’s new marketing campaign – ‘A destination called you. A feeling called Maruti Suzuki ARENA’. The new showrooms, christened Maruti Suzuki Arena, sport modern look.

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Varun appointed brand ambassador for Maruti Suzuki Arena.

“The new, transformed Maruti Suzuki ARENA is poised to strongly connect with the young and do it yourself generation of customers who will experience a warm and connected car buying experience at this new destination. I am excited and proud to be a part of the Maruti Suzuki ARENA family,” Varun said in a statement.

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R.S. Kalsi, Senior Executive Director, (Marketing and Sales), Maruti Suzuki India, added that Varun “exemplifies the evolving Indian youth who is trendy, social and confident and likes to be connected at all times”. (IANS)