Size Zero is an upcoming bilingual drama film starring Anushka Shetty, Arya and Sonal Chauhan in lead roles. The film is directed by Prakash Kovelamudi who made Anaganaga Oka Dheerudu earlier. Music for this flick is composed by M.M.Keeravani and here is an iQlik exclusive audio review of the album:
The funny album begins with title track sung by a group of talented singers such as Neeti Mohan, Ramya Behara and Mohan Bhogaraju. Anantha Sriram’s lyrics speak about the obsession on slim looking women and the marketing which is done in the advertising industry! This sort of scenario is never heard of in any Telugu film and it is indeed an enjoyable number. The interludes are intelligently woven around harmonium, string section and amazing bass work.
Size Sexy is another introspective number with a hilarious tinge sung brilliantly by Mohana Bhogaraju. Srimani’s lyrics brilliantly speaks about the classic debate about physical appearance of a woman should be fat or skinny. In fact, this song speaks about loving oneself irrespective about physical structure in great meaning and thought.
The album takes a neat diversion with a feel good number Mellaga Mellaga penned wonderfully by Anantha Sriram. Comprising of lovely guitar strums and fresh vocals by Arjun Adapalli, the song gives the much needed melodious dimension to this album.
The funny theme is back with Innava Innava but has an interesting folk touch to it. Madhumita’s traditional voice has a peppiness associated with it Ramya Behara compliments this interesting blend with her sweet voice and Anantha Sriram churns out a lyrical winner once again! In short, the track describes a yesteryear styled wedding with sweet nothings exchanged wonderfully having a modern tinge too.
Cycle is a trance like melody exquisitely layered with good electric guitar, mild bass work and meditative beats. Ananth Sriram’s inspirational lyrics speak about the cycle of life in brilliant terms. This track sums up the soul of the film and stays true to the film’s novel theme.
Size Zero is a whiff of fresh air in the midst of commercial Telugu albums which speak of heroism. It is an honest attempt to speak about the classical debate about looking skinny in musical terms!