Size Zero (Inji Iduppazhagi)

Size Zero (Inji Iduppazhagi)

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Directed by : Prakash Kovelamudi

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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.


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

Size Zero (Inji Iduppazhagi) Credit & Casting

Anushka Shetty


Cast (in credits order)

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Just for Anushka

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Anushka in an all new avatar is of the major point of attraction that makes people not to skip watching this movie. There was lot of curiosity to check out what they have in store since sweety has agreed to put in bundle of efforts.

The first half of Inji Idupazhagi was lively and lovely with sweety Anushka charming on screen with her expressions and the way she carried over herself. It was so nice to see the performances meanwhile the story was also moving alongside without making much of the impact on the audience.

The second half was a major bore and had completely lost the liveliness that was available in the first half. The length being another reason. There were scenes that was draggy and sometimes unnecessary. The let down in the second half made Inji Idupazhagi a very average show despite Anushka putting in that much of efforts.

Arya is at his casual best and this role is just a cake walk for him but should be credited for accepting this project wherein the the lady lead is the highlight of the film. Other supporting characters were pleasing and the flash cameo by other stars are ok. And Anushka, hats off.

Technically the cinematography was the only good. The songs didnt stick to mind and the BGM is suitable with no much of impact. Editing was ok. Had the screenplay and the writing be better, this could have been one of the notable films of this year rather turns into a once watchable film.