|Cast:||Anushka Shetty, Arya, Urvashi and Sonal Chauhan|
|Directed by:||Prakash Kovelamudi|
|Produced by:||Prasad V Potluri|
|Music by:||M.M. Keeravani|
|Release Date:||27 Nov, 2015|
Size Zero is all about a fat girl, Sweety (Anushka) and the kind of oddness she faces in the society while her parents struggles to get her a perfect match. The film makes it a strong point to tell us that sizes and shapes have nothing to do with a girl's likes and desires. It showcases the day-to-day insults an obese girl faces in a society that stereotypes 'fat'. Can her appearance determine her dreams? What is it Sweety realizes in the run to get fit, forms the story.
Anushka strikes the chord yet again. She has proved once more that she can make you love her in any damn avatar. The effort she has put in to get into the shoes of Sweety and understand her, indeed reflected on the screen as she has perfectly emoted the character. The inner turmoil, the character goes through was put out skilfully by the actress, keeping the innocence intact. Arya, Sonal Chauhan, Prakash Raj and Urvashi supported the story well.
Art department of the film deserves a huge shout out as they are largely successful in setting up the mood of the film. Its a lot of food on the screen and you actually end up feeling heavily stuffed after awhile. The colors used reflects how girly Sweety is. However, Director Prakash Kovelamudi failed to make it an engaging film since it lacks the pace and a couple of songs were forcefully placed, which further spoiled the tempo of the film. Though the director opted an interesting line, he dragged it down to the ends bring many boring moments. Cinematography, music and production values were commendable.