Axone Review

A fresh perspective towards the stories of Northeast Indians in Delhi. A subtle comment on the coexistence of different cultures which have many things in common but some odd points are poles apart.

It is among the first few mainstream cinemas about Northeast Indian culture, which makes it a must-watch if you have a craving for something fresh to taste. A decent storyline, which is written as a sequence of events, and the main plot never goes missing.  

Experienced actors like Vinay Pathak and Dolly Ahluwalia have small parts to play but their outstanding acting skills have raised the impact level of this movie. Other actors also have done justice to their role where “Rahul Joshi” has a standout performance as a typical Delhi boy.

The movie has a few scenes which look very ordinary but they will for sure tickle your funny bone.

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DIRECTION
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STORY
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SCREENPLAY
0
ACTING
0
CINEMATOGRAPHY
0
DRAMA / COMEDY
0
PACE
0
EDITING
0
ART DIRECTION
0
DIALOGUES
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MUSIC
0
FEEL GOOD
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OVERALL
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NEPOTISM QUOTIENT
CONNECTION INDEX (For NE Indians)
61%
DRAMA INDEX
54%
COMEDY INDEX
59%
ENTERTAINMENT INDEX
51%
  • Sayani Gupta
  • Lin Laishram
  • Tenzing Dalha
  • Dolly Ahluwalia
  • Vinay Pathak
  • Lanuakam Ao
  • Rohan Joshi
  • Adil Hussain
  • Asenla Jamir

Nicolas Kharkongor

1 hr 36 Minutes

POSITIVES

A fresh attempt for well-known experiences of northeast Indians in the rest of India.

NEGATIVES

There are better and shorter ways to tell the same story. At one point of time you will feel “now it should end” which is not a right feeling for audiences but when it ends it leaves you with surprise.

WHO SHOULD WATCH THIS

All migrants should watch it, they will connect someway or other,

WHO SHOULDN'T WATCH THIS

Who is expecting some action or expecting it to be based on some riots or crime.
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