2.0 music review: AR Rahman’s compositions from Rajinikanth – Akshay Kumar’s magnum opus will get you grooving on the dance floor

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Here's Our Exclusive Review Of Rajinkanth And Akshay Kumar's 2.0 Songs.

2.0’s audio launch is the probably the only thing that everyone is talking about on the internet. It’s so exciting for all Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar fans. Two songs from the film will be launched today in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi. Hours before the launch of the songs, they’ve already been leaked. The audio launch is as grand as the first look launch and it’s happening in Dubai. The makers had the displays of the poster on Burj Khalifa which is one of the main attractions in Dubai. Rajali Nee Gaali and Endhira Logathu are the two songs that will be launched today in Telugu and Hindi as well.

The songs have been composed by AR Rahman, who will also be performing at the launch. Rajali Nee Gaali has been sung by Blaaze, Arjun Chandy and Sid Sriram whereas Endhira Logathu has been sung by Sid Sriram and Shasha Thirupati. We are guessing that Endhira Logathu is the one where Rajinikanth will be shaking a leg with Amy Jackson. The lyrics are quite catchy, there’s EDM and beats that will make you hit the dance floor. It’s a perfect start to the weekend. Here’s our review of both the songs.

What’s hot

Rajali Nee Gaali is a perfect song for a dance face off with your friends. It makes you sway, it makes you dance and sing along all in one song. We’re guessing this is the one with Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar. Shasha Thirupathi starts Endhira Logathu and the song has robotic effects to suit Amy’s role as a droid in the film. This is definitely Rajinikanth and Amy’s song and we can’t wait to watch the video for this one!

What’s not

Rajali Nee Gaali has way too many elements for one song. It does remind you of Chitti Robot a tad bit with the music in the beginning. You can enjoy this song only with the video, courtesy all the beats, lyrics and the music. Though Endhira Logathu is a beautiful song and it has that typical, charming Rajinikanth laughter in it, we can’t seem to find the AR Rahman magic with this one.


The songs are must haves in your playlist this weekend, especially if you’re a Rajinikanth fan. There are parts in the songs that will make you nostalgic, if you’ve seen Enthiran.

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