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Zero (Tamil)
How changes affect the couple is what the film is about.
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Zero

25 Mar, 2016
2 hrs 40 mins
64%
451 votes
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2.7
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3 92
2 48
1 79
3.3
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SYNOPSIS
The movie is about Bala, a social worker who marries a girl named Priya. As soon as they look to settle down in an apartment, they start experiencing some weird things. The movie opens with a voice-over which details how this world started. That is connected to the present-day happenings in the lives of these two.
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`You`re so easy to love` reads a wall hanging in the apartment of Bala and Priya, the leads of Zero. It is a killer in-joke in a film that deals with the trauma that follows for these two characters who do not have any idea of what is about to happen because of their romance. He is a social worker with a successful lawyer for a father. She is an orphan. They have married against the wishes of his father, who has a valid reason for his reservations about this match. Priya`s long-dead mother, Devi had become mentally unstable during her pregnancy to such an extent that even her husband had to leave her. Bala`s father is apprehensive that Priya, too, might become crazy. ...Read full review
Zero is a supernatural abstract tale of two lovers who struggle to be together. It rewrites Adam and Eve`s basic mythology and is a mix of reality and dreams. The intimate scenes between the lead couple deserve a mention while the groundwork gone into the story making tags along with it. ...Read full review
Zero, starring Ashwin Kakumanu and Sshivada Nair, is an engaging horror-fantasy that can leave you guessing all the way through. The premise is easy enough to understand: the wife of a recently married couple begins to have inexplicable changes in her behaviour to the point of becoming crazy. The cause behind this seems hard to ascertain, and although initially one could trace it out to her loony mother, that still doesn`t explain the sudden moody outbursts. Perhaps, is there something more to this? Something a bit more ominous. By trying to answer this, Zero explores territories that are strange, twisted and outlandish to the human mind. ...Read full review