The illegal sites have released Zero full movie download links with 720p HD quality prints, Zero is an 2018 Hindi drama movie, directed by Aanand L Rai. Stars Shah Rukh Khan, Anushka Sharma and Katrina Kaif. written by Himanshu Sharma and Rai, produced by Gauri Khan, Music by Ajay−Atul, Tanishk Bagchi, Production company Red Chillies Entertainment and Colour Yellow Productions. Film Distributed by Various and Yash Raj Films, Budget 200 crore, Running time 164 minutes, Language Hindi, Country India and Release date 21 December 2018.
Zero movie Story
Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Zero’ is all set to release on this Friday. The film team has been leaving no stone unturned to promote the film. Now, the superstar took to his social media account to unveil a new poster of the film.The poster feature SRK and a chimpanzee looking high in the sky. The actor captioned the post, “Aafia, Babita, Guddu, Ashok! Ye pehle hi kam the jo ye ek aur aa gaya! Par cute toh hai ye!
The film also stars Anushka Sharma and Katrina Kaif as the female leads. Reportedly, Abhay Deol plays the love interest of Katrina who plays the character of Bollywood actress named Babita Kumar. While Anushka will be seen as a scientist with cerebral palsy.
We all know that Anushka Sharma is a perfectionist who always goes that extra mile to transform into her on screen character. But for ‘Zero’, she went a little further than usual. Right from when the trailer launched, we have noticed that every single scene featuring Anushka has her sitting on a wheelchair. She has emoted every emotion while sitting on it. While Anushka used a wheelchair on the sets to be in her character, we have now learnt that she even got a wheelchair for herself at her home.
Speaking about the same, a source said, “Anushka had a wheelchair at home for about a month. She wanted to internalise Aafia and be perfectly comfortable playing her. Every dialogue, every emotion, everything that Anushka has in the film is on a wheelchair.
Just recently Katrina Kaif opened about how she is more happy with the current title ‘Zero’ instead of the initial ‘Katrina Meri Jaan’, and now she unveiled why she agreed to play Babita Kumari despite her character getting less screen time. Reportedly, the actress has 25 mins of screen time in the movie, which initially did make her reconsider the decision. However, Shah Rukh Khan and director Aanand L. Rai were so insistent and persistent that Katrina felt it’s one important character that has to be a part of her career.
According to the reports, the actress also added that it was the vision of the director and his confidence in the character that made Katrina Kaif simply take the leap of faith. Moreover, she reportedly said that it is indeed important for an actor to step out of the comfort zone and do something different.Hitting the theatres on December 21, ‘Zero’ is one of the highly anticipated movies of the year. The Aanand L. Rai directorial is bringing back the ‘Jab Tak Hai Jaan’ trio, Shah Rukh Khan, Anushka Sharma and Katrina Kaif on the big screen.
Zero movie Cast
Shah Rukh Khan as Bauua Singh
Anushka Sharma as Aafia Yusufzai Bhinder
Katrina Kaif as Babita Kumari,
Abhay Deol as Babita’s
Tigmanshu Dhulia as Bauua’s father
Sheeba Chaddha as Beena Singh
Brijendra Kala as marriage alliance officer
Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub as Guddu Singh
Zero movie Songs
- Mere Naam Tu – Abhay Jodhpurkar Here
- Issaqbaazi – Sukhwinder Singh, Divya Kumar Here
- Husn Parcham – Bhoomi Trivedi, Raja Kumari Here
- Heer Badnaam – Romy Here
Zero movie REVIEW
Director Aanand L Rai not only recreated Meerut with a humongous set in Mumbai but also flew down local people from the small town to add authenticity to the film. The filmmaker who adds a rooted touch to his films flew down 300 artists from Meerut especially to create the feel of the town in addition to the set.
Visual effects were heavily used to make Khan’s character three feet tall. According to Khan, this was done as “I would have a problem if I have to do it on my knees. I am trying to avoid that part because that looks unreal also, and in today’s time and age, you don’t want to do that.” The makers took inspiration from the technology used in The Lord of the Rings. The character was shot using Forced Perspective, which according to NDTV, is “a technique that employs optical illusion to make an object appear farther away, closer, larger or smaller than it actually is. It will make SRK look shorter.” According to Rai, the film will use the most visual effects for an Indian film.
To better prepare for her role in a wheelchair, Sharma met with an occupational therapist and an audiologist, who taught her how to create an involuntary spasm-like action during her dialogue scenes; the occupational therapist was always on set to monitor Sharma’s performance. In an interview with The Telegraph, Sharma noted that in the beginning stages of the shoot, shaping the physicality of the character was difficult for her and that she would ask for many more takes than usual because her movements didn’t feel correct. During the first schedule, she asked Khan to be more patient with her during their scenes while she got used to the character, which he obliged. She observed that because the character performed involuntary movements, they were very difficult to do and required “heavy breathing, which would get me very tired and my body would go into spasms because I had tightened it so much.” She eventually got more comfortable in her performance later on. In between takes, instead of returning to her normal physicality as most actors would, she would remain in the wheelchair, then “go to another mark on my wheelchair and sit there alone. I would rarely leave the wheelchair on set, and ended up staying away from everybody as well.”
In the behind-the-scenes video of the making of the song “Mere Naam Tu,” Anushka Sharma details the video in a voice-over, and she mentions several aspects of the song’s making. She noted that choreographer Remo D’Souza directed the video and brought his trademark creativity, including the inclusion of children, into the song’s dance sequence. The sequence was filmed over the course of 14 days, with Sharma mostly wearing pajamas and being confined to a wheelchair for its duration. It was filmed in the corridor of a hotel, yet was transformed into a “fantasy land,” with the addition of on-set rain and Holi colors. While on set, the wheelchair-bound Sharma can be seen on an elevated platform while interacting with Shah Rukh Khan’s character Bauua, to create the illusion of his short stature.
Most of the film was filmed entirely in Film City. In February 2018, it was reported that the post-production work of a second teaser was being carried out. From 4–8 April 2018, Khan shot the film’s schedule in Vasai, Mumbai, flying in a helicopter to avoid the traffic. In middle April, the film’s shooting was reported to shift to the United States for a sequence. Some sequences were also filmed in Huntsville, Alabama. Khan finished filming for Zero, and wrapped the film’s principal photography in Orlando, during the month of June 2018.