Size Zero Movie Review

Nov 27, 2015

Anushka’s Size Zero film has been released today and the film gets huge screens to worldwide. Size Zero film is directed by Prakash Kovelamudi and produced on PVP Cinemas Banner by Prasad V Potluri. The film has Arya, Sonal Chauhan, Oorvasi and Prakash Raj in key roles. MM Keeravani has provided tunes to this film. Read below for Anushka’s Size Zero Movie Review.


Sweety (Anushka) suffers with overweight. She will be failed in multiple match proposals due to over weight problem. Later, Sweety decided not to marry any more.

On the process, Sweety comes across Abhi (Arya) who is an NRI and also makes documentary films. Sweety gets closer to Abhi and when all is going well, Abhi also falls for Simran (Sonal Chauhan). Sweety who comes to know about Abhi and Simran disappoints and decides to join in weight reducing program called Size Zero.

Will Sweety reduces her weight? Will Abhi agrees to Sweety ? How Sweety will succeed with her weight reducing program is rest of story.


Anushka Shetty gives an apt performance from her full pledged dedication. She has kept her best to take the film to the next level in experimenting with unique role.

Arya gives his decent performance yet again in the film and looks handsome through out the film with his fit look.

Sonal Chauhan gives an extra relief to the audience with her beauty and bold looks.

Prakash Raj dons an another important role with a good twist

Technical Department

Production values by PVP are rich.

Screenplay gives an interesting note in the first half.

Editing is neat

M M Keeravani's music score scores an impressive background.

Director Prakash Kovelamudi gets in decent job by showcasing each and every character. The only lack in the film's second halfs gives an boring impression due to no grip in the film's narration.


Size Zero is a film which is all about Sweety and over weight problem which will be a huge problem to her and her mother who tries to bring wedding proposals. Though the film has interesting elements to showcase, the director has succeeded in presenting the first half with positives elements in the film. The second half of the film goes on predictable note with no twists and turns.

Final Verdict:

It’s Anushka’s Show