Size Zero (Inji Iduppazhagi)

Size Zero (Inji Iduppazhagi)

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Directed by : Prakash Kovelamudi

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  • Critics Rating 2.8/5
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Size Zero / Inji Iduppazhagi is a forthcoming Indian Telugu and Tamil bilingual romantic comedy film directed by Prakash Kovelamudi. Produced by Prasad V Potluri, the film features Arya and Anushka Shetty in the lead roles. The film is scheduled for a worldwide release on November 27, 2015.

Verdict

“Watch it only for Anushka's cute performance.”

Size Zero (Inji Iduppazhagi) Credit & Casting

Anushka Shetty

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Cast (in credits order)

Size Zero (Inji Iduppazhagi) Audience Review

Watchable feel good ride!

| by Raja Sekar |
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Anushka Shetty's Inji Iduppazhagi is watchable only for the brilliant performance by the actress otherwise it's an age old stretched hide and seek romance between a contradicting couple.To be frank, first half of the film is completely captivating, thanks to the amazing energy level of Anushka and the feel good factor woven with the film's plot of how overweight brings inferiority complex to women and their family, how it actually affects their marriage but yje second half was a complete down.

The second half of Inji Iduppazhagi actually deals about Anushka and Arya's fight against the unhealthy 'Size Zero' program spearheaded by Prakash Raj. But sadly, the battle of Anushka against 'Size Zero' program is far stretched and it was a complete bore fest.

Although Anushka steals the show with his cute bubbly act, the rest of the actors and slow paced screenplay spoiled the show. Especially, Arya plays yet another stone faced role while Prakash Raj has been just used as a villainy caricature.

Technically, Nirav Sha's cinematography is spellbinding that the film looks crystal clear like a poignant picture in screen. But the music was a big let down and none of songs stay in our heart.

To conclude Inji Iduppazhagi is just another wannabe feel good movie, which enjoyable only in parts.