‘Solo Brathuke So Better’ Review: A Breezy Entertainer

December 28, 2020 08:20: AM

Movie: Solo Brathuke So Better

Rating: 3.5/5

Released On: December 24, 2020

Producer: BVSN Prasad

Banner: Sri Venkateswara Cine Chitra

Director: Subbu

Music: S Thaman

Cinematography: Venkat C Dilip

Editor: Naveen Nooli

Cast: Sai Dharam Tej, Nabha Natesh, Rao Ramesh, Naresh, Vennela Kishore, Satya, and Rajendra Prasad

The Tollywood celebrated the release of a movie in theatres after a long gap of nine months with ‘Solo Brathuke So Better’.  Released on 25th December, Sia Dharm Tej’s ‘SBSB’ had a solid run at the box office during the weekend. This romantic comedy-drama is spreading the joy of watching a movie on a big screen to the Telugu audience with breezy entertainment. The romantic entertainer is paving way for many other films to announce the release dates.


It is a simple story of a young man who believes in being single ends up realizing the importance of relationships. Director Subbu has toed an entertainment path all through without much fuss in the screenplay. Virat(Sai Dharam Tej) believes in the philosophy of staying single and also preaches to others as a new-age baba about the importance of singlehood. Besides, he also thinks that all the human relationships are a burden to carry in life and he keeps distancing himself even from his friends who get hitched. In the process, he falls for Amrutha(Nabha Natesh) who also believes strongly in Virat’s single philosophy.  How they realize and change their stances is the rest of the story to watch it on the big screen.

Technical Aspects

Debutant director Subbu showcased this character-driven movie with a commercial touch effortlessly. He succeeded in generating fun from time to time through the concept of singlehood. Besides, he also balanced it without showing any gender bias over being single. Venkat Dilip’s cinematography gives a glossy and rich look to the movie. S Thaman’s music gives a good feel. Especially, ‘Dheem Thom Thom’ elevates the moods and emotions by giving a high. It underlines why nothing can match a movie-watching experience in theatres. Naveen Noli did a fine job with editing and the production values give a rich experience to the cine lovers.


Sai Dharam Tej looked smart and stylish with a bearded look. The mega hero looked very convincing in his role and one can observe that he is fine-tuning his performance from film to film. ‘SBSB’ also proves that and especially he also excelled in comic timing. Nabha Natesh as the leading lady did a fairly good job adorable on the screen in the second half. Rajendra Prasad, Naresh, and Rao Ramesh engaged the audience with their performances as well. And Vennela Kishore who played the role of Kannada-Telugu speaking roommate to hero tickled the funny bones of viewers on occasions.


  • First Half Entertainment
  • Music
  • Sai Dharam Tej
  • Theatre Experience


A breezy entertainer to watch on big screens.