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  • Axone

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    2020Hindi

    Subtitle

    Follows migrants in Delhi, in their attempt to organise a wedding party, they find out everything is not going according to plan.

    Sayani Gupta

    Lin Laishram

    Tenzing Dalha

    Rohan Joshi

    Tajdar Junaid

    Nicholas Kharkongor

    90

    38

    • 1.2

    • 2.2

    • 2.7

    • 3.7

    • 3.8

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IM

Capelle aan den IJssel, Netherlands

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-8

Didnt really like this movie tbh

VP

Rotterdam, Netherlands

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-8

It was not my cup of tea

SM

Ljungby, Sweden

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+14

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Saddening to see struggles of northeast people. But loved the movie. Just felt the soul of it.

AU

St. Catharines, Canada

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audio problems

nV

Hartland, United States

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I really loved this movie. I have lived in north east for quite some time and it was disheartening to see how we are treated in Delhi and our other metropolitan cities. I actually saw a Manipuri colleague of mine getting beaten for no reason in Lajpat Nagar. The north eastern plight was well described in chak de india by those two players who said how would you feel if you were called a guest in your own country. Very relevant and nicely played portrayals by everyone in the movie!! Kudos!!

KK

Karthik K.

Kogarah, Australia

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You are right with about delhi and some north cities, NE people are treated with respect in many southern cities like Chennai, Bangalore, Coimbatore, Cochin, Madurai and Trivandrum.

PG

New York, United States

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That's not true in my experience. In the apartment complex I lived in, the apartment secretary along with many residents(which included majority meat-eaters) yelled at a Northeasterner tenant for cooking smelly food. It was because of the smell of the food. But those tenants won't forget the experience they had. It makes sad every time I think. I am sorry that I didn't stop them from yelling. I didn't know they would behave in a crass manner.

tg

The Bronx, United States

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nice movie... šŸ‘ŒšŸ‘Œ

AB

Ana B.

Toronto, Canada

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Different kind of movie. Nice.

RB

Clunes, Australia

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this movie had a real indie, art-house feel to it. i did find it a bit slow and dragging at points, but it had an important message to convey and i didn't feel it a waste of time by the end. a worthwhile watch, opened my eyes to a culture and traditions i was not previously aware of (marriage by proxy). now i have an urge to try some axone for myself! 3/5

RH

Hounslow, United Kingdom

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Wow.. amazing. We Indian are quite racist. This is eye opener and touchy. Thanks to the director and producer to make such a awesome movie.

SC

Truro, Canada

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Not the movie that i like!! Boring!!

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Fari H.

Pleasanton, United States

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VI

Wilmington, United States

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we talk big as Indian but heart is not big..movie was right and well made

dn

devika n.

Maudsland, Australia

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true that, I think us Indians are one of the most discriminative people, most other nations discriminate against other nationalities but us Indians can't even treat people from other states of our own country with respect.

AM

Lakewood, United States

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An eye opener - don't be in a hurry to turn it off or reject it because it feels different at first. It's a fascinating story about a group of people's struggle to do something that we take for granted every day. An interesting story that also shines a light on our racism and intolerance of our countrymen & women. Also learnt something new about the cuisine of the North East. Google is your friend :)

rd

Temple, United States

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I'm not sure how Axone tastes but am confident that it would have some sweet, some tart some spice and some aroma mixed with a lot of love...just like the people in the film who went pillars to posts to make it. We tend to club the whole of north-east into one group but it is several magnitude diverse linguistically, culturally and genetically. These very attributes become their bane as they move in their/our own country! Very well cooked film...just like the axone!

DB

East Brunswick, United States

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Sayani Gupta fits into any role she plays like a glove. With that accent, who can believe that she is not a Nepalese.

MC

Warsaw, Poland

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Amazing pictures and great story that conveys important message plus some natural humour. I really hope director will never change it and will never become another Bollywood movie director.

NA

Neil A.

Anaheim, United States

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Caste system IS the source of racism. Hinduism has it built into it.

RK

Bothell, United States

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Acting is good, Message is good, but story isn't that good. It could had been better. There is some joke and comedy in between but honestly I wouldn't watch this movie again.

PS

Toronto, Canada

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Hinduism doesn't have caste system. We have varna. Caste system was a Portuguese christian invention. British created by force caste system for Hindus for aid in conversion. In reality caste system was a christian invention. Watch this video https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=FrTUp2mKbWs&t=662s

AM

Mountain View, United States

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EXCELLENT movie. A must watch. Good story line and shows how we all need to live together with many cultures and practices. There's racism in every country - but we all have to live together. Something that India with all it's challenges provides as the largest democracy.

SR

The Bronx, United States

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I wonder how it really smells! Nice movie, Love those girls.

nn

neo n.

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Liverpool, Australia

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i have lived near Wilshire Center (Koreatown) at L.A. in an earlier life - for just 6-8 weeks. Still remember the smell. It was korean folks cooking and the apartment I lived was majority koreans. Reminded me how my family had major problem with kasimedu folks and karuvaatu-vaasam (smell of fish). But, somehow I loved the smell of karuvaadu (a type of dried-fish) and never understood why my family/friends were so averse. I understood it at koreatown.

JP

Jay P.

Owings Mills, United States

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I just don't understand one thing. What was the role of Adil Hussain in this movie?

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hari s.

United Kingdom

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awesome movie. eye opener

DN

Dev N.

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Fort Myers, United States

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Nice movie, off beat. People have got so used to watching masala movies they can't appreciate something real life.

AS

Spring Valley, United States

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Different Genre Movie But Storyline Was Nice & Worth Watching

SD

Kalamazoo, United States

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Waste of time

nn

neo n.

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Liverpool, Australia

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i like north-east ppl just as lyk my own - all of us r family. We had a student from Manipur & he was by-far the best in football & athletics. We had another from Andaman & that guy was equally awesome both in sports & studies. Love all our diverse cultures & traditions. Recent events banning nagaland people from consuming their food, or Tripura temple from their ancient-traditions are despicable. Based on comments, I will NOT watch this movie. Seems like an agenda-filled garbage that doesn't deserve my time (even during lockdown).

js

Munich, Germany

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Not upto the point. Bit boring.

SA

Brisbane, Australia

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Really great movie ...loved watching this movie.....have seen and heard some indians behave in a mannerless way. Cannot generalise. Even south indians are treated differently in the north. Loved the acting...soulful and sweet. excellent movie.....took us into the hearts of these north eastern indians throught their dish.....AKHUNI!!!! Bravo!

nn

neo n.

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Liverpool, Australia

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original/native south indians (ie, aathi-thiravidar, pazhankudi-makkal) are treated extremely badly in south india itself. 87% of TN population consist of native-origin castes - but only very small percent of govt jobs, political-leadership is available to them. Telegu-origin people (& castes) form around 8% of total population - but they control a lot of political-leadership (especially DMK are fully telegu), bureaucracy, businesses, even kullywud. It is MUCH worse than one-off discrimination by northies.

MS

Singapore, Singapore

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What a load of crap! An entire movie revolving around cooking one lousy dish?! Why anyone would even produce this is beyond me!

KS

Krishnan S.

Brisbane, Australia

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an eye-opener for a south Indian

SC

Somen C.

Fremont, United States

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The cast did an excellent job. I loved the performances of everyone. I loved the character Shiv.

SA

Kathmandu, Nepal

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This movie reflect how Indians people have become racists within there own nationalities, this movie should be shown to every old generations people also to those who are there hating NE people.

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