CAST & CREW
“ Spyder” is the bilingual spy thriller flick scripted and directed by “ A R Murugadoss.” The film has Prince Charm, superstar Mahesh Babu in the lead role. Rakul Preet Singh pairs him. “S. J. Surya” plays the main antagonist. Bharath Srinivasan, Deepa Ramanujam, Shaji Sen and Priyadarshi Pulikonda/RJ Balaji play the supporting cast in Spyder. Harris Jayaraj composed the music and Santosh Sivan cranked the camera. “ A Sreekar Prasad” is the editor. The film is produced by NV Prasad, Tagore Madhu and Manjula Swaroop.
Shiva works in the call tapping department in the intelligence bureau. He loves his work much. Once he overhears the conversation between a girl and her friend. He senses something fishy and requests his friend, who is in the police department to give security to the girl. But, to his shock, his friend and the girl who he overheard had been murdered and their body parts are mixed so that none could identify anything. Shiva was terribly shocked and decided to find out the criminal at his effort. Later, he finds out the killer is a psychotic. Did he nab him? Watch out the edge of the seat movie in theaters!
SJ Surya! What a stylish performance man! This guy could play in more movies rather than making them. Scintillating performance! He top notched in the Tamil movie “ Iraivi” and yet again proved his versatility in Spyder. Mahesh Babu is very cool in his performance. In the Tamil version, his Tamil accent is very natural. Rakul Preet Singh is a template heroine.
Spyder is one among A R Murugadoss’ classics. Although the film starts at a slow pace, Murugadoss makes it more interesting in just a few minutes. Heroism is hyped a bit and this will not be a negative one for the Telugu filmgoers.
What’s Not There?
Spyder is definitely a family entertainer with a beautiful message. Mahesh Babu and SJ Surya impressed everyone and this movie might create wonders at the Telugu box office for sure. If the Tamil audiences see Mahesh as a Tamil hero, then the film would be the best debut for Mahesh.
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