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30 Rojullo Preminchadam Ela Music Review

30 Rojullo Preminchadam Ela Music Review
Cast:
Pradeep Machiraju, Amritha Aiyer
Direction:
Munna
Production:
SV Babu
Music:
Anup Rubens
An Anup Rubens musical
IndiaGlitz [Friday, March 6, 2020 • മലയാളം] Comments

An Anup Rubens musical

The first single from '30 Rojullo Preminchadam Ela' is out, on Lahari Music. Here is our review of the same.  Other songs will be reviewed as and when they are out.

Neeli Neeli Aakasam

Singers: Sid Sriram, Sunitha

Lyricist: Chandra Bose

Chandra Bose pens lines that are supple while being effective in being poetic.  At one level, they are old-school lines that are a fit case for a melodramatic picturization.  Sid Sriram, the playback singer of the season, is impressive and sublime, although he can't always be measured by the standard of a 'Samajavaragamana'.  Sunitha's voice adds to the old-school vibes.  Anup Rubens, for once, turns into a hesitant Gopi Sundar.

Idhera Sneham

Singer: Armaan Malik

Lyricist: Chandra Bose

Chandrabose marshals his sublime writing skills for this ode to friendship. The line 'Thana maatalu nuvvantunte, nee navvulu thanu navvindi' takes the cake.  Armaan Malik, who recently shined with 'Butta Bomma' in 'Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo', makes this all the more a happy song.  It's atypical Anup Rubens, music-wise.  He tries the kind of melody that we heard in 'Manam'.

Idhera Sneham

Singers: Dhananjay, Mohana Bhogaraju

Lyricist: Chandra Bose

Released as a video song, this one is a college-campus number whose theme is not only dated but also reeks of stereotypes about the ways of men and women.  Frankly, the lyrics are mediocre (especially because of the pop culture references), while the picturization looks lazy, complete with half-hearted choreography.  The singers, however, are a whiff of fresh air.  Anup Rubens is never tired of Anup Rubens things.

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