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Solo Movie Review
  Movie Review : Solo
Rating : 3.25 / 5
Banner : S V K Cinema
Cast : Nara Rohit, Nisha Agarwal, Prakash Raj, Sayaji Shinde, Suhasini, Ali, M S Narayana, C V L Narasimha Rao, Suman, Ravi Prakash, Jogi Naidu, Srinivasa Reddy and Others
Music Director : Mani Sharma
Cinematography : Sivendra
Producer: Vamsi Krishna Srinivas
Director: Parasuram
Released Date: November 25, 2011
Solo Tollywood Movie Review

A decent tale, the story is about Gautam (nara rohit), a software engineer who grows as an orphan. He dreams of getting married to a girl who has a large family because he wants to feel belonged and experience the family bonding. He comes across Vaishnavi (nisha) and decides she is the one. Vaishnavi has a strong bonding with her father Naidu (prakash raj) and vice versa. Initially, she rejects Gautam's advances but after few incidents, she falls in love with him. But the matter reaches Naidu and he doesn't want to marry his daughter to someone who doesn't have a family due to his own reasons. What happens from there forms the rest of the story.

Solo Telugu Cinema Review

The director has come up with a thoughtful storyline and while the presentation was good, the narrative was superb. The dialogues were very good. The script was predictable but the screenplay was impressive. Background score was strong and two songs were impressive. Cinematography was appealing. Editing was a bit jerky, during the second half. Costumes were natural and apt while the art department was rich. Nara Rohit has given a sincere performance but he needs to work on his expressions and body language. Nisha Agarwal is sensuous and does her bit well but she has to work on perfection in emotional scenes. Prakash Raj was powerful. Sayaji Shinde was standard. Srinivas Reddy was excellent, he should be seen more. Jayasudha was natural. Ravu Ramesh was not used to his potential. M S Narayana was moderate. Ali brought few smiles. The others did their bit as required.

Solo Filem Review

The very essence of having a joint family sounds too idealistic in today's times but the conviction that the director showed in his subject must be hailed. Of course, he made sure that he didn't cross the line and handled the theme effectively. While the first half was smooth with comedy, romance and songs, the second half gets into serious mode with good dose of sentiment and melodrama. At the box office, this is a film that will appeal to different genres of audience on the emotional front so chances of success are high.
Bharatstudent verdict: Nice emotional treat, watch it!!

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