Sweety (Anushka Shetty) is a fat girl who follows the quotes given by a weighing machine. She works in a chinese restaurant.Her mother (Urmila) try to get her married. They try many matches but go invain. Abhi (Arya) is a documentary film maker. He comes to see Sweety as a bride. They both decide not to marry. They become friends over course of time and become very close. Simran (Sonal Chauhan) a NRI comes to help Abhi in his documentary film making. Sweety is hurt by seeing them together. Bharath brother of Sweety fixes a NRI match for Sweety faking her body size. Her mother decide to marry Sweety to NRI and makes her join in Size Zero Clinic run by Satyanand (Prakash Raj). Does she lose weight? Does Sweety marry NRI or Abhi? forms the rest of the story.
Story by daughter in law of veteran director Raghavendra Rao, Kanika Dhillon is nice and funny. Screenplay is gripping and do not get us bored and engages audience from the beginning. Dialogues by Kiran are good and go by the flow of the film. Size Zero is good at its writing department. This film proves how a good writing can change the fate of film. The team get cent marks for its content and writing.
Music by MM Keeravani is good. His background score for the movie takes it to a next level. He proves again that he can do magic with his soothing music. Cinematography by Nirav Shah is great. He presents movie in a perfect mood. Editing is nice. All the departments are handled well by director. Production values by PVP Cinema is great.
Anushka Shetty as Sweety
MM Keeravani’s Music
Less entertainment in Second Half
Size Zero is good at its content and execution. First half of the movie is engaging and entertaining. It ends with a smile on the faces of audience. Real drama of the movie starts with the second half. Second half becomes slow and less in entertainment as compared to its first half. Message given in the movie is good. Second half is a bit disappointment as its first half is entertaining. Finally, watch this movie for its content and Anushka’s super performance and guest roles of some actors.