aLL, the pioneer in larger size design, alongside their imaginative office Brandmovers India, has made a mission that will resound with every body type. With aLL’s pristine #SizeHappy crusade, they perceive the way that all bodies are cheerful ones and regardless, everyone will consistently be a #SizeHappy. They need each person to accept their bodies and praise all of their being with pageantry and show. The film is busting legends, tossing sass, and, most importantly, leaving its watchers with a message that is something worth mulling over.
The movie stars belly artist Anjana Bapat, who has been related with the brand for different ventures previously, Jacqualine Kiara Ledlie, a larger size style influencer, and Sumit Gaddi, an art director. The trio takes to the screen with wild energy and a ton of upbeat vibes.
Discussions about body energy and self-esteem have been doing the rounds for quite a while; while there are numerous discussions, there is frequently no activity to proliferate the equivalent. aLL has consistently strived to standardize body types as more than numbers on an estimating tape or a gauging scale; these bodies are in reality cheerful spirits who appreciate life like they are intended to.
Pawan Sarda, Group CMO (Marketing, Digital, and online business), Future Group says, “As a brand, we accept that size is only a perspective; we accept that everyone is uncommon. Size cheerful says whether you are a size 0 or something different, you are glad. We expect on beginning a discussion, blasting body legends, and simply commend everybody with #SizeHappy.”
The film is a positive melodic assertion with lively visuals. Suvajyoti Ghosh, Chief Creative Officer, and MD, Brandmovers India say, “The #SizeHappy lobby centers on far beyond confidence; an individual is never characterized by a number or a tag. #SizeHappy is fun and loaded with energy in any case, simultaneously, it leaves you with a significant message of inspiration and acknowledgment.”
Arijita Das, Creative Director, Brandmovers India says, “This movie is an extraordinary blend of fantastic and sass yet it additionally makes you need to consider what we look like at bodies on the loose.”