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Ankhon Dekhi

Ankhon Dekhi

3.3 184 Ratings

Directed by : Rajat Kapoor

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'Ankhon Dekhi', the story about 'Bauji', a 55 year old man, who lives a dreary but eventful life in a joint family, that shares a small house cramped with people and drama. One day Bauji has an epiphany and decides that from that point on he would only believe what he sees with his own eyes, nothing else can be certain. There...more


“Ankhon Dekhi is a wonderful film with a terrific performance by Sanjay Mishra that deserves to be seen by fans of meaningful cinema. ”

Ankhon Dekhi Credit & Casting

Sanjay Mishra


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Ankhon Dekhi Box Office

  • Gross: INR 0.75 cr.
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Early on in Rajat Kapoor's Aankhon Dekhi, Raje (a terrific Sanjay Mishra, finally in a role that does justice to his abilities) resolves that he'll henceforth believe in only those things he sees with his own eyes. The movie ponders over the nature of obsession, and the idea assumes both philosophical and outlandish measures for the protagonist and those around him, and Rajat Kapoor's tone recognizes the inherent absurdity of the circumstances. The movie is driven by its situations, like the one when the protagonist gets into argument with his nephew's math teacher about whether parallel lines meet at infinity or the visit to the sanctuary to confirm that a tiger indeed roars. What sets the film apart is how it is soaked in humour - skillfully walking a fine line between reflective and absurd. It's a gem of a film, one that is packed with profound ideas and yet, one that exudes life and is characterized by that lightness of touch.

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