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Reason Mahesh For Spyder Delay!

Posted : August 22, 2017 at 3:56 pm IST by ManaTeluguMovies

Spyder has been on the floors for longtime. Perhaps this is Mahesh’s long-delayed movie in the recent times. In fact, Mahesh had joined the film’s shoot right after Brahmotsavam. Yet the film is yet to complete its shoot. As the film is all set for release on September 27 – hardly a month from now, A song shoot is still pending.

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Ask director AR Murugudoss about the long-delay. The auteur of films such as Tagore, Gajini clarifies, “The set up for Spyder is so huge and vast. Since it is a Telugu-Tamil bilingual, we took special care and made sure that each and every shot in Telugu and Tamil are different. Usually, in bilingual, things move at a slow pace. Since the film also has a lot of action and special effects involved, the post-production works needed more time. The works have been going on simultaneously in various countries and all these are taking a lot of time since we are not compromising on quality at all. Only one song is balance and the rest has been completed.”

Murugudoss add that making a bilingual film takes a lot of effort, time and it is not a “joke”. Murugudoss reiterates that the film is strictly a Telugu-Tamil bilingual but not for Hindi. “Although, the film’s story has universal appeal and can be made in Hindi, but right from the day we wrote the story, we have been keen on making in Telugu-Tamil alone. Making a bilingual itself is a Herculean task.

Although it is a Telugu-Tamil bilingual, the film is going to be set in Hyderabad and this is common for the Tamil version as well. Murugudoss says that he has made a lot of changes in the last-minute to convince audience of all types.

After Spyder, Murugudoss is going to take a break for 4 months and he will start his next with Superstar Rajinikanth. Apparently, he narrated an impressive script to Rajini who immensely liked it and given the nod. However, it will not be a bilingual and will be a strictly Tamil film.


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