Solo Brathuke So Better Movie Review

Solo Brathuke So Better Movie Review
Solo Brathuke So Better Movie Review

Movie Review: Solo Brathuke So Better
Director:  Subbu
Producer:   B.V.S.N. Prasad
Music Director:  S. S. Thaman
Starring: Sai Dharam Tej, Nabha Natesh, Rao Ramesh, Rajendra Prasad, Vennela Kishore
Release Date: 25th December 2020
Rating: 3/5

Solo Brathuke So Better movie review: Sai Dharam Tej, Nabha Natesh, Rao Ramesh, Rajendra Prasad, Vennela Kishore starrer Solo Brathuke So Better, helmed by Subbu has finally  hit the theatres today n 25th December. Let’s see the story of Solo Brathuke So Better.

Solo Brathuke So Better movie story: Virat (Sai Dharam Tej)  wants his own freedom and does not want any kind of relationship. He  is against the concept of marriage. He movies to Hyderabad and joins an event management company. On the otherside, Amrutha(Nabha) who is set to tie the knot with Vennela Kishore cancels the marriage and comes in the contact of Virat. What happens next?  Does Virat change his stand on marriage and relationship?  To get these answers one should watch the movie Solo Brathuke So Better on silver screen.

Plus Points:

  • Performance
  • Sai Dharam Tej
  • Emotional episodes
  • BGM
  • Dialogues

 Minus Points:

  • Repetitive scenes
  • Climax

Performance: Sai Dharam Tej has shown his mark in the role of Virat, who is completely against the concept of marriage .  He performed well but his way of dialogue delivery is superb. Nabh Natesh looks cute. She mesmerizes  with her screen presence. Rao Ramesh is good in the role of uncle.  He  is the one who has put the No Pelli in life concept in  Sai Dharam Tej’s mind. He is fantastic in comical and emotional scenes.  The emotional scenes between Rao Ramesh and Sai Dharam Tej are highlighted. Rajendra Prasad as Nabha Natesh father is ok. Naresh, Satya and others justify with their roles.

Technical: The story line of Solo Brathuke So Better is simple but interesting.  Production values are of top quality. Editing could have been crispy especially in the second half where there are many repetitive scenes. The screenplay and dialogues are interesting.  The cinematography by Venkat Dilip looks good.  The  background music by Thaman is excellent.

Analysis:   The first half of  Solo Brathuke So Better has good fun, nice songs and simple twist whereas the second half is routine. The plus points of the film are presence of Sai Dharam Tej. The dragged  and repetitive scenes at certain places spoiled the entertainment level.