|Times of India(3 out of 5)|
Solo Brathuke So Better remains a mindless, almost fun watch (minus the previously mentioned fat-shaming and ageism) that is nostalgic of a time before the pandemic hit – a popcorn rom-com that doesnt leave you feeling heavy.
|GreatAndhra.com(2.5 out of 5)|
All in all, Solo Brathuke So Better is a rom-com with a couple of good laughs but has predictable treatment. You may like it for the theatrical experience during this COVID19 pandemic, but as a standalone film, it is quite an unimaginative fare.
|Firstpost(2.5 out of 5)|
Solo Brathuke So Better chugs along to make its point about the need for a companion, but the journey is so bland that you might as well read a book instead.
|Gulte.com(2.75 out of 5)|
On the whole, Solo Brathuke So Better is a strictly average fare with everything including the romance, comedy and family emotions failing to click.