Spyder, AR Murugadoss’ first venture with Tollywood superstar Mahesh Babu, opened to negative feedback especially in Telugu speaking states. The film also marked Mahesh Babu’s entry to Kollywood. Apart from Mahesh, the film also features SJ Suriyah and Rakul Preet.
AR Murugadoss’ Dussehra release, Spyder with Tollywood star Mahesh Babu in the lead has released to mixed response and speculations were rife that the director will remake the city-based spy-thriller in Hindi with Bollywood superstar Salman Khan.
The AR Murugadoss- Mahesh Babu film surprisingly opened to negative feedback in the Telugu speaking states where the actor has a strong foothold. After 5 days, the film has grossed Rs 102.6 crores in total worldwide. Apart from Mahesh Babu, Spyder stars SJ Suryah, Rakul Preet Singh and Bharath.
Spyder movie review: ‘Spyder’ pits a good Shiva (Mahesh Babu) against the evil Bhairavudu (SJ Surya), and gets off the mark with a bang, like an effective spy thriller should. Shiva’s thing is to rescue people in distress, but when he comes up against Bhairavudu, whose blood-lust is beyond all sane comprehension, he is stymied.
Tollywood star Mahesh Babu’s Spyder is directed by ace-filmmaker AR Murugadoss at a cost of Rs 120 plus crore. Spyder debuted at the US box office on Tuesday by collecting a whopping $1 million. Spyder took a massive opening worldwide even as it received mixed reactions from the media and fans.
While Spyder has received a favourable response in Tamil Nadu and overseas centres, initial reports suggest that the welcome was not recreated in the Telugu centres. Helmed by AR Murugadoss, Spyder stars Mahesh Babu, SJ Suriya and Rakul Preet Singh.
Follow all the updates and reactions on the release of AR Murugadoss’ Spyder, starring Mahesh Babu, Rakul Preet Singh, S. J. Surya and Bharath.
Spyder movie review: Director AR Murguadoss introduces us to Sudalai (SJ Suryah) with a brutal crime that happens under Shiva’s (Mahesh Babu) watch. Murguadoss’s main protagonist and antagonist and the conflict between them look inspired from filmmaker Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight.
Director AR Murugadoss is celebrating his 43rd birthday today. He is also awaiting the release of his upcoming directorial venture Spyder that has Tollywood star Mahesh Babu in the lead role. While SJ Suryah will be seen as the main antagonist, Rakul Preet plays the female lead in Spyder.
Tollywood star Mahesh Babu and director SS Rajamouli will soon join hands for an untitled project. After release of Spyder, Mahesh will next join the sets of director Koratala Siva’s political thriller Bharat Ane Nenu, which is already on the floors.
Tollywood star Jr NTR’s Jai Lava Kusa has ramped up the expectations of the audience with its trailer recently. In the film, Jr NTR plays three different roles, which is a first in his career. The film will battle it out with Mahesh Babu’s Spyder at the box office.
Tollywood star Mahesh Babu suggested that his film will be a box office blockbuster during pre-release event in Hyderabad. He thanked director AR Murugadoss for the film, which will mark his debut in Tamil. Spyder, an espionage thriller, stars Rakul Preet and SJ Suryah in lead roles.
Tollywood Superstar Mahesh Babu’s Spyder trailer was leaked online a day before its official launch, forcing the filmmakers to advance its release. Before Spyder, big budget films like director Shankar’s 2.0, Suriya’s Thaana Serndha Koottam and Jr NTR’s Jai Lava Kusa were in a similar predicament.
Watch Spyder trailer: Mahesh Babu’s bilingual film is not about great looking stunts and action sequences alone. Directed and written by AR Murugadoss, the movie is about technology and how that affects people, and about a man who is ready, or in fact, wants to kill people.
Tollywood star Mahesh Babu will be making his debut in Tamil with Spyder, which is directed by ace-filmmaker AR Murugadoss. The audio of Spyder was released on Saturday at a grand event in Chennai. While Rakul Preet plays the female lead, actor Bharath will also be seen in the important role. Suryaha plays the main antagonist.