'Solo Brathuke So Better', starring Sai Dharam Tej in the lead, will release in theatres on December 25. In an interview ahead of its release, actress Nabha Natesh has spoken about the Subbu directorial, what is unique about the movie and more.
Tej is a good friend of mine. He supported me throughout the making of the film. For that matter, the entire team was supportive and worked with a lot of conviction. This is Subbu's debut directorial. Besides the young team, senior artists like Rajendra Prasad garu and Naresh garu, too, have done a great job. Thaman's music is another highlight. The songs have become quite popular. The listeners have loved them, especially the 'No Peli' number. The trailer, too, has received a great response.
There is a lot of difference between watching a movie in theatres and on OTT. We are confident that the audience will watch 'SBSB' in theatres with a great amount of enthusiasm. I was tensed that the film will release directly on OTT, bypassing theatres. But the situation has improved a great deal. Everything fell in place after theatres were permitted to be re-opened.
My character in 'SBSB' is really interesting. I couldn't have said 'no' to such a character and you will understand why I did the film when you watch the film. I will be seen as a girl who sticks to her values. The director has done a nice job in etching the character. In fact, I said okay to the movie once he narrated the story and my character.
I did a massy kind of role in 'iSmart Shankar'. On the other hand, mine is a classy role here. She is a girl-next-door. I didn't find it hard to carry off the character. It's because I am a south Indian girl and I grew up watching our movies. I did theatre, too. I have done stage shows. That's why getting into the skin of this character was not difficult.
The film has music by S Thaman. Venkat C Dileep is its cinematographer.