The film is basically the story of a young boy Gautam (Nara Rohit), who is an orphan. He leads a lonely life and wants to marry a girl hailing from a joint family. The hero meets such a girl – Vaishnavi (Nisha Aggarwal). She is from Bobbili and is doing her medicine in Visakhapatnam. Gautam starts wooing her but she tells him that her father Prakash Raj will never agree for love marriage. Vaishnavi loves her father very much and tells Gautam that she will never do anything that will hurt her daddy.
However, Gautam does not give up his hope and keeps wooing her. Finally, Gautam succeeds in winning her love. The problem now starts for him, as Prakash Raj comes to know about their love and he forcibly takes his daughter away to Bobbili. He tells Gautam that as they both are majors they can run way and get married. But Gautam refuses it, as he always wanted to be in joint family. Hence, he decides to forget his love and go away.
Meanwhile, Prakash raj fixes the marriage of his daughter with the son of Sayaji Shinde, who lives in London. Sayaji learns about the love matter of Vaishnavi and asks Prakash raj to perform his daughter"s marriage in the presence of Gautam so that there will not be any problem in future. The story now takes an interesting turn with Gautam coming to attend the marriage of Vaishnavi. How Gautam finally manages to convince Prakash raj that he is sincere in his love and he can keep Vaishnavi happy forever are the remaining part of the story.
Performances of Nara Rohit, Prakash raj, Sayaji Shinde and to an extent Nisha Agarwal.
Story, screenplay and Dialogues.
comedy is weak.
Slow pace of narration, particularly in the second half.
A couple of songs that come at the wrong time and test the patience of the audience.
Tame and predictable ending.
Verdict: Finally, Solo is a decent film that has all the necessary ingredients of a entertainer. The film has a good message and also takes a close look at the family values and relationships. The film could have been better if the director had taken a little more care in the emotional scenes and building up suspense. Solo is an average film.