Movie : Inji Iduppazhagi
Directed by : Prakash Kovelamudi
Produced by : Prasad V Potluri
Written by : Telugu dialogues : Kiran
Tamil dialogues : Rakav Mirdath, R. S. Prasanna
Screenplay by : Kanika Dhillon
Story by : Kanika Dhillon
Starring : Arya,Anushka Shetty,Sonal Chauhan
Music by : M. M. Keeravani
Cinematography : Nirav Shah
Edited by : Prawin Pudi
Production company : PVP Cinema
Distributed by : PVP Cinema
Release dates : 27 November 2015
Running time : 125 minutes
Country India Language : Tamil,Telugu
It’s quite a socially inclined issue, where every girl and women would never miss to have a check on their physique. In fact, it has turned to be a psychological base for many women being distressed. Inji Iduppazhagi is an ample reflection of such instances, where in a sub-continent like India, we find ‘Being Fat’ is out of question marriage for many women. Moreover, we find the long queues rushing into fitness centre and gyms.
Sweetie (Anushka Shetty) is no exception as her mother and family feel it unbearable of her marriage proposals going out in vain. Her bulk overweight physique becomes a constraint and no one wants to marry her. But a cute looking documentary filmmaker (Arya) does love her, but things get tangled with more complications during this process, where Sweetie decides to shed down weight. Meanwhile, one of the city’s most celebrated fitness centres has launched ‘Size Zero’ programme, where people can reduce their weight sans workout, gym and dieting.
Anushka Shetty had been the deliberate showstopper behind pulling more crowds into the theatres and she sticks to a perfect standard of performance. But her physique looks little artificial as the makers have tried portraying her with artificial makeover, which is so much evident in every frame. Of course, she has put on some weight, but that doesn’t look natural though. Some of her dialogues very well received and she does everything to keep her so much under the spotlights. Arya looks handsome and silent throughout the movie. He looks so effortless and of course, girls love him badly in theatres hailing out for each and every scene he appears. Urvasi is simply at her best as usual in all her movies. Prakash Raj as a corporate baddie does his role well. The girl as Simran is cute and sensuous in her looks.
Musical score by MM Keeravani is just a mediocre as almost all the songs completely cater to the tastes of Telugu music lovers. Cinematography is rich with more colours in the backdrops.
If the film was made with a single theme, where there are no diversions, it could have gained more intensity for the film.
Verdict: Comes with an intriguing theme, but weak narration