After the superhit Telugu film Baahubali 2 this year shattering every record, it’s time for another much anticipated movie of this year-Spyder.Judging by its first teaser that was released two months back, it features Mahesh Babu, arenowned actor of south Indian cinema leading the movie. This actor has a lot of fan following not only inthe south, but throughout the country. A small one minute teaser was launched and had a genetically developed robotic spider climbing up the shoulders of the lead actor. Directed by A.R. Murugadoss, this movie has been in the limelight since then.

The film stars Mahesh Babu in the role of an Intelligence Bureau officer, and going by the first glimpse, it’s tipped to be a story based on bio-terrorism. After much delay, the makers of this highly anticipated movie have finally locked the release date of the movie for September 27. The post production of this Indian sci-fi movie is in full swing and the international theatrical rights have been sold for whooping 23.5 crore. This includes Rs 15.5 crore for the rights of the film’s Telugu version in the US and Rs 8 crore for out-of-India rights of the Tamil version.

Earlier this morning, the director AR Murugadoss took to Twitter to release the first single, Boom Boom, from Spyder, which has become an instant earworm. The song is in Tamil and has got some really fancy lyrics. Going by the peppy number, Boom Boom appears to be Mahesh's introduction song and it does live up to its expectations and the hype around the actor’s role.

The makers are currently filming some of the high-octane action-based climax sequence in Chennai. In the film, the lead actor Mahesh Babu is said to have performed stunts without any body doubles. Even stunt doubles were quite apprehensive about some particular sequences where the actor was quite comfortable doing that. Well after all these hyped talks, we are eagerly awaiting the movie and some great action coming our way with Spyder.

Written By: Archit Chawla | Post Date: 3 Aug 2017

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