Anup Rubens who is on a roll delivering minimum guarantee music off late is back again after twin releases earlier in the summer. It was a mixed summer for the music director with one of the albums going to become a huge success. Expectations are in check for the album. Letâ€™s get started.
As has now become a standard template for a Anup Rubens musical the album contains two melody numbers (Ninne Ninne Choosthunte, Ekkada Unna Nee), one or two peppy fast beat numbers (Adda title track) and a couple of mass numbers one with a class/disco touch (Hey Mister Hey Mister) and other one completely massy. Adda additionally consists of a mass numbers made for fans.
The melody numbers are fine as usual although lacking the freshness somewhat. The mass numbers feel repetitive here and appear dependent on the picturization a lot. This can be felt instantaneously with the number â€˜Pareshan Hai Oolalaâ€™. The title track is alright.
Overall itâ€™s an inconsistent album from Anup Rubens. There are parts in every song where one feels itâ€™s going to take off from here and be a memorable or hummable number but it never happens. Itâ€™s not outright disappointing but itâ€™s not that remarkable either. It is somewhere in the middle.
Our picks: Since we have a little bias over the melodies we pick the two melodies â€˜Ninne Ninne Choosthunteâ€™, â€˜Ekkada Unna Neeâ€™ with the former being better than the latter.