These Hilarious Mistakes In SRK’s Zero Are Simply Too Big to Ignore

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On Friday 21 December SRK Starrer Zero has been released in the theaters.  Despite bad reviews, the audience applauds Anushka and Katrina!

And the wait is over as the much-awaited movie of Bollywood Zero is finally here in theatres. SRK and Katrina’s fans have waited for the film with bated breaths even since Shahrukh’s character was first revealed.

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Zero is directed by Anand L Rai, in which Shahrukh Khan is playing the lead male role as a dwarf Bauua, Singh. The movie also features Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma. While Katrina is playing a leading superstar role, Babita, On the other hand, Anushka is playing the character of a NASA scientist with cerebral palsy, Aafia.

Although there are many mistakes in its teaser, because of the way in which Shahrukh looks dwarf, it is clear that all these VFX and other techniques are outstanding. In this content, we are talking about 5 Mistakes in the film “Zero” Movie.

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1- When Bauua enters the scene, he is caught throwing his ‘chappals’ into the air. But, the foreigner Girl standing close to Shahrukh Khan was staring at the ground. So, it turns out that there was some trouble in graphics.

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2- In this scene, Bauua nowhere comes to be looking like a dwarf. It shows like the scene was shot for him personally and he was presented downsized.

Also Read: Zero Review: Despite bad reviews, the audience applauds SRK, Anushka and Katrina

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3- At so many points, it seems like Shahrukh‘s head has been strapped to a body of a child.

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4- Furthermore, the way the public in the movie is caught staring at SRK also looks strange. It openly shows it has been made utilizing special effects.

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5- During the 5th party, the people present around Shahrukh clearly shows that the scene has been filmed separately, while Shahrukh’s scenes have been shot separately.

See more mistakes here in this video:

I bet you haven’t noticed these many mistakes in “Zero” by yourself.