Double XL Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

 Double XL Movie Review: Sonakshi Sinha, who excelled as an actress early in her career, struggled with a few setbacks later on. Her most recent film, “Bhuj: The Pride of India,” earned negative reviews despite being released digitally. Sonakshi Sinha and Huma Qureshi released the film “Double XL” in November of 2004. Let’s get into a thorough analysis of this film to determine if Sonakshi Sinha and Huma Qureshi have also regained their previous level of success.


Double XL Movie Review


Rajshri Trivedi resides in Meerut with a desire to work as a sports presenter and relocates to Delhi with the same aspiration despite her parents’ continuous attempts to marry her off. Saira Khanna is another woman who aspires to launch her own clothing line; however, the enormity of their bodies renders them useless. With the assistance of Srikanth Srivardhan and Zorawar Rehmani, they decide to move to London and begin pursuing their aspirations in order to alter people’s perceptions about body size.

Cast & Crew

Sonakshi Sinha and Huma Qureshi play the leading parts, while Zaheer Iqbal and Mahat Raghavendra play supporting ones. The tale was written by Mudassar Aziz, while Satramm Ramani directed it. It was produced by Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Vipul D Shah, Rajesh Bahl & Ashwin Varde, Saqib Saleem, Huma Qureshi & Mudassar Aziz, and jointly funded by T-Series, Wakaoo films, and Elemen 3 Entertainment.

Movie Name Double XL
Director Satramm Ramani
Music Director Sohail Sen, Kanishk Seth
Producer Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Vipul D Shah, Rajesh Bahl & Ashwin Varde, Saqib Saleem, Huma Qureshi & Mudassar Aziz
Genre Drama
Cast Sonakshi Sinha, Huma Qureshi, Zaheer Iqbal and Mahat Raghavendra.
Cinematography Milind Jog

Movie Verdict

Double XL is a somewhat message-driven film with humorous parts. The majority of the film’s scenes were intended to communicate important messages, but were presented in a lighter and more humorous manner. The first half of the film is faster-paced and contains a number of entertaining scenes that are well-performed by the film’s leading actors, however the second half of the film is slower and less entertaining.

Numerous sequences in the film Double XL will make us consider the size of our bodies and also give us the strength to not care. The film concludes on a positive note regarding body shaming that will definitely resonate with many individuals in India who struggle with the same issue.

Huma Qureshi receives higher grades than Sonakshi Sinha for her acting performances. Both of these actresses get equal screen time to perform their roles, but Huma Qureshi’s comedic timing and spontaneity make her stand out. Sonakshi Sinha was good in a few sequences, but she seemed to have room for improvement in others. Both Mahat Raghavendra and Zaheer Iqbal performed admirably despite having minimal screen time. All other actors performed their roles as necessary by the plot.

The film Double XL is visually acceptable. The music composed by Sohail Sen and Kanishk Seth is acceptable, and the tracks contain some familiar melodies. Milind Jog’s cinematography is one of the film’s primary strengths. Though the frames are well-designed, DI looks mediocre because to the addition of colours that appear excessively bright on-screen. Abhishek Anand’s editing is excellent, and there are no unnecessary sequences in the film. The production quality is high.

Direct Double XL, a film by Satramm Ramani, is successfully entertaining and thought-provoking. Despite a few problems in the film’s production, Satramm Ramani was able to keep the audience interested till the very end.

Overall, Double XL is an amusing and educational film due to its premise and plot.

Plus Points:

  • Comedy scenes
  • Dialouges
  • Cinematography

Minus Points:

  • Music
  • Few dragged scenes

Rating: 3/5

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