Lyca Productions buys Spyder film: Mahesh Babu’s upcoming film “Spyder” Tamilnadu theatrical rights were sold for a big price. Lyca Productions acquires the rights for the film in a record price. The film was directed by AR Murugadoss and released in both Tamil and Telugu. Recently the trailer of the film was made public which shows Mahesh Babu was doing some work and his Spyder Robo was with him.
The expectation for the liberation of the movie increased day by day. AR Murugadoss was fame for his story with a message. He directed many hit films in Tamil. Now, he do a film with Mahesh babu for the first time. The Theatrical rights for the film was bought by Lyca Productions for Rs.25 crore.They bankrolling India’s costliest film 2.0, starring Superstar Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar.
“@LycaProductions buys TN theatricals & other rights of bilingual @urstrulyMahesh/@ARMurugadoss #Spyder 4 a rumored whopping Rs 25 Cr. WoW!,” tweeted trade analyst Sreedhar Pillai.
“AR Murugadoss most ambitious project with Mahesh Babu, SPYDER rights have been obtained by Lyca !!! Mega opus magic continues with Lyca….,” tweeted Raju Mahalingam, the creative head of Lyca Productions. The production house earlier this year distributed Tollywood Megastar Chiranjeevi’s comeback film Khaidi No.150.
It is a spy thriller film in Tamil-Telugu starring Mahesh Babu, Rakul Preet Singh, S.J. Surya, RJ Balaji in lead roles. Harris Jayaraj composed the music. The visuals and editing are done by Santosh Sivan and A. Sreekar Prasad. At first, the film was announced as Eid release. But due to some shoot the release date was postponed and hitting the screen in September.
Mahesh has been shooting for Spyder since last July as Murugadoss is taking his own sweet time to complete ‘his most ambitious project.’ The production of Spyder has reportedly taken more time than expected affecting Mahesh’s other film commitments. After wrapping up shooting for his Tamil debut, Mahesh will join the sets of Bharat Ane Nenu, which will be directed by Koratala Siva. Stay tuned for more updates.