Sai Dharam Tej and Nabha Natesh starrer Solo Brathuke So Better is one of the most awaited films of the year. The songs, posters, teaser and trailer from the film has garnered a wide range of attention and the expectations of movie buffs are higher. The team of the Solo Brathuke So Better has wrapped up the shooting and now the film has got a release date.
A few days ago, the filmmakers announced that Solo Brathuke So Better will get a theatrical release in December, and now the release date is out. Solo Brathuke So Better was accredited with a ‘U’ certificate and will hit the theatres on December 25th, which is on Christmas. Sai Dharam Tej took to Twitter to announce the release date and shared his excitement to be a part of the new normal. Sharing the film poster of himself and Nabha Natesh, Sai Dharam Tej wrote, “Can’t wait to listen to your cheers and whistles. Feel privileged to be part of a film which is releasing first in the new normal. Let’s restart and go back to our beloved theaters. #SoloBrathukeSoBetter – Coming to theaters near you this Christmas. #SBSBOnDec25th.” (sic)
Can’t wait to listen to your cheers and whistles. Feel privileged to be part of a film which is releasing first in the new normal. Let’s restart and go back to our beloved theaters. #SoloBrathukeSoBetter – Coming to theaters near you this Christmas.#SBSBOnDec25th pic.twitter.com/Vy9V8eITNw
— Sai Dharam Tej (@IamSaiDharamTej) November 28, 2020
Solo Brathuke So Better is directed by Subbu, who is making his debut as a director. The film is produced by B.V.S.N. Prasad under the Sri Venkateswara Cine Chitra banner. The music of the film is composed by S.S. Thaman. Nabha Natesh is the leading lady of the film and also features Sathya and Vennela Kishore in pivotal roles. The Telangana and Andhra Pradesh government has recently granted permission to reopen with 50% occupancy, with Solo Barthuke So Better hitting the screens this Christmas, fans are eagerly waiting to witness the magic of the film on the big screen after almost 9 months of Coronavirus lockdown.