Review – Solo Bratuke So Better- A passable comedy that clicks in bits

Directed by: Subbu
Produced by: B. V. S. N. Prasad
Written by: Subbu
Starring: Sai Dharam Tej, Nabha Natesh
Music by: S. Thaman
Cinematography: Venkat C Dilip
Edited by: Naveen Nooli
Production company: Sri Venkateswara Cine Chitra
Distributed by: Zee Studios
Release date: 25 December 2020[1]
Country: India
Language: Telugu
Review - Solo Bratuke So Better- A passable comedy that clicks in bits
Solo Bratuke So Better is a film that has been promoted a lot as it is the first film that is releasing 9n the big screen after a long break of lockdown. Read on to see whether this film has the meat to go to the theaters and watch.
Review - Solo Bratuke So Better- A passable comedy that clicks in bits
 
Plot
 
The plot of the film is quite simple. Virat played by Sai Dharam Tej is a man who hates relationships and does not want marriage in life. But because of a crazy twist that comes in through his uncle(Rao Rames) Virat changes his mind suddenly. But this becomes even more problematic when Amrutha(Nabha Natesh) enters the scene. Virat falls for her but she does not like marriage. How will this combo set in real-life form the rest of the story?
Review - Solo Bratuke So Better- A passable comedy that clicks in bits
 
Performances
 
Sai Tej is good as the love hating bachelor. But the manner in which he molds himself into the role was good. His age and single status in life suit the character perfectly. Tej plays it to the family audience and gives a subtle performance. Nabha Natesh does not have much to do in the first half but the story is entirely dependent on her in the second. She looks cute and does a perfect job. Rao Ramesh and his emotional role are pretty good. Satya evokes some laughs with his comedy but once again Vennela Kishore and his comedy are pretty awesome in the first half. Naresh and Rajendra Prasad get blink and miss roles. 
Review - Solo Bratuke So Better- A passable comedy that clicks in bits
 
Analysis
 
The film is based on the plot of being single in life but that changes midway in the second half. So, in this process, the first half is filled with nice and good moments. The family emotions and punches work so effectively. The comedy generated also works at a fast pace. When things are so nice, the interval part elevates the first half so well. But from there, the film goes downhill. Debut director Subbu does not have much to do here as his plot is water-thin. He does not give much justice to the plot and runs through the process. 
Review - Solo Bratuke So Better- A passable comedy that clicks in bits
The emotions chosen, comedy, and the drama, nothing works during this time. The climax is ended like trash and one has to see others and understand that the film is done. Such disappointing is the second half. The solace of the film is good music by Thaman, fun, and neat visuals. It is good to see a film on the big screen and Solo Bratuke has some good moments. But in a nutshell, the story and emotions are half baked and impress you only in tiny bits and pieces. 
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