Tuesday, 17 October 2017

8 ways how Deepavalli has changed for the 90’s babies

By Sukesh Pandian and Tharanie Rajendran

It’s that time of the year again and we are all excited about Deepavalli. Having born in 1990 (and co-writer on 1995),we have always been proud to say that we are part of the early generation of the 90’s babies. The last born of the 90’s would have turned 18 this year and none of us are in school any longer.

Having said that, over the years we have realized that Deepavalli has changed so much for us and here is 8 ways how it has been different compared to how it used to be.
                                         
1.     Deepavalli wishes.

Back when I was a little kid, I always looked forward to Deepaalli because that means I am going to get Deepavalli cards. We would exchange cards in school and relatives all over would post us cards to wish us Deepavalli. 

We would gather all these cards and put it up in our house as part of the Deepavalli decoration. My favourite part of the card would be the witty messages that come along it like “Jangan makan banyak muruku, nanti jadi kiruku.” or “Jangan makan banyak laddu, nanti jadi gundu.”

Good Old Deepavalli Cards

Today, it is almost impossible to see people giving each other Deepavalli cards or having them at homes for decoration. Now nearly all Deepavalli wishes are done through Whatsapp. Well all I can hope for the least is that people actually type out the full “Happy Deepavalli to you.” instead of shortening it like how they do for birthdays (HBU).

                                         
2.     Deepavalli Angpau

Owh how much have time changed on this one and perhaps this is the most saddest part for a 90’s baby. From getting Deepavalli Angpau, today we are starting to give them away to kids. Not all can relate to this but I’m sure those who are already working or married would feel on this one.
Show Me The Money!!! Deepavalli Angpau

                                       
3.     Muruku and the whole geng.

Wasn’t bonding time amazing with the whole family getting together on the weekend before Deepavali to make some murukku and acchu murukku? But now? Amma says “Ayya, please go to the nearest Indian town to buy two packets of murukku. 

Nothing Beats Homemade Muruku
I am not sure about you, but for me, I miss that time the most where my dad mixes the batter and amma fries and akka and I help around. Good times, when my kitchen was filled with oil stain and my home with laughters.

                                         
4.     Deepavalli Trips

Honestly answer me, how many of you still do the whole balik kampung for Deepavalli. Things has changed so much on this part for me. From taking bus back to my dad’s hometown, now when it comes to Deepavalli, I am off packing my bags for a short vacation. I have no idea how this part has changed from me and I am sure I am not the only one doing this.

It's Now Called Vacay Time

5.     Deepavalli Holidays.

Back then I never had the worry about how long Deepavalli holidays are going to be. When you are in school it is almost certain that Deepavalli holidays means 1 full week. It was a wonderful time where you can spend time with your whole extended family.

Deepavalli Is All About Family Time

Heads up, things changes when you enter university and worse when you start working. I am still on a week long leave for Deepavalli, but it is no longer a given thing. Instead I need to plan it in advance and seek for my manager’s approval for it. If leave request gets rejected, you can kiss goodbye to Deepavalli holidays. 
                                       
6.     Deepavalli Day Program
90’s babies remember going to every Indian house in the neighbourhood to collect angpaus? Now? We book tickets earlier for a movie and Deepavali in 2017 is all about movies and television programmes. Conveniently, Indian channels like Vijay TV and Vinmeen schedule a really tight television prgorammes to keep us entertained in our houses. So, deepavali ends at home. 

Deepavalli On TV

7.     Kolam

When Sukesh and I discussed this topic to write, this was one of the first ideas that popped up in my head. When I was a kid, my mom and I had an amazing bonding time discussing on what design is for this year and how big it is going to be. Next, we draw the rangoli for the year on a paper and think about the colours to fill in. But now? We stick a pre-coloured kolam and that’s about it! Festivals these days are so much easier, but we definitely are losing the purpose for each and everything we do. 


Drawn Kolam Beats Sticked Kolam All Day Long
                                         
8.     Rituals

Last but not least, rituals. From oil bathing before sunrise and leaving to the temple, Deepavali these days are treated like another public holidays where we wake up late and just chill at home. Worst thing is, I have Indian friends who asked me who Naragasura is? Where is the purpose of the Deepavali? 

That Early Morning Oli Bath Moment!


Deepavalli has changed so much for us 90's babies, and if there is more things which you feel have changed do share it with us too!! Anyhow, it is Deepavali, and it is time to celebrate! But do educate yourself on what are these festive season is celebrated for. With this, we would like to wish every a very Happy Deepavali to all our readers, from the entire team of Boggler Blogger!

Wednesday, 11 October 2017

5 reasons Why Ilayaraaja The One Man Show Was Lit AF!

"Ilaiyaraja should be honored as Isai Vigyani (musical scientist) rather than Isai Gyani. He has explored and analyzed virtually every type of music. I have worked with several composers. But this man is on his own trip - he is a colossal talent. We have worked together in around 70 films and we know each other's requirements and expectations very well. He saw the rushes of the film (Hey Ram!) just once and immediately decided the music to be scored for the song sequences that have already been picturised. I told my film crew to give me a week's time and that I will come back with one song in that time - instead I came back with seven songs." Kamal Haasan on Ilayaraaja.

There is nothing I can say which could top what Kamal Haasan has to say about Ilayaraaja. Without a doubt he will go down as one of the greatest musician of all time. I must say, I felt blessed to be able to hear this great man play his music and sing live. So many goosebumps moment throughout the show and here is my 5 reason why Ilayaraaja The One Man Show was lit AF!



1. The Setting: Ilayaraaja's Music & Night Time

If you were to ask me, what is the best time to listen to some of Ilayaraaja’s greatest hits, I would tell you to listen to them at night and just close your eyes. The way his music connects with your soul is something that you can’t explain with just words.


Ilayaraaja came on stage sharp at 8.15 p.m. and amazed us with about 4 hours of his magic. I can’t recall the number of times I was speechless hearing them. My favorite song of his is   “Sundari Kannal Oru Seithi” from Thalapathy, and I was overjoyed when that song was played. There is a reason why you are the Maestro.

2. The Perfectionist

I am no music expert and if you were to play a tune wrongly infront of me, high chances I would never know the difference. That is how poor I am when it comes to music, but Ilayaraaja is one of the greatest of all time.

I loved the fact that he stopped his orchestra who was playing half way because one of them were playing a note or two wrongly. There were about 100 players in his orchestra but he knew who exactly was playing it wrongly and corrected them. He strives for perfection.


What I loved more was his reasoning behind that. He said that the audience paid money to attend the show and we shouldn't play the music wrongly. The way he respects his audience and doesn’t take them for granted makes him to be loved even more then he is already.

3. The Duo: Ilayaraaja & Hariharan

There was a huge cast of singers who took part in this concert. Ranging from Mano to Chitra to Karthick to even Yuvan Shanker Raja who made a brief cameo appearance for a couple of songs, but the one man who I was looking forward so much to hear him sing was Hariharan.

I have been a fan of him ever since I can remember and I am sure I wasn't the only one excited to hear him sing. Hearing him sing on stage was as amazing as hearing Sid Sriram sing in my opinion. How I wish Hariharan had more stage time that night.


The moment of the night for me was during the song from the film Kasi titled “En Mana Vaanil”. It was not because the song was sung by Hariharan, but it is about what happened after the song was sang. Ilayaraaja was singing a line from the song to tell the audience something on it and Hariharan asked him if he could sing together with him.

Rajaa sir nodded and the both of them sang about half the song together and the atmosphere in the stadium was ELECTRIFYING!!!!! It send chills to everyone and when they ended the song, the crowd gave them a thunderous applause. I am so glad that I was there to witness that moment.

4. The Orchestra

1 man organizing 100 over musicians and creating something magical music throughout the night. That was what this show was all about. Throughout the night they kept on creating moments we will never forget and I believed the Orchestra were the unsung heroes of the night.


You may attend many concerts in the future, but there is something about having a huge orchestra cast playing live music in front of you which you will never get elsewhere.

5. The Behind The Scenes Stories

The show wasn’t just about Raaja sir weaving his magic wand and creating magical music. I guess the way he engaged with the crowd about his music on how it happened and how it was almost different gave this show a very personalized touch.

I enjoyed the stories about how the told that a tune he composed for one film was not used and ended being used for another film. Or how the way the flute was played to a different tune in the original composition before it was made changes by Rajaa sir and ended up to be a great hit.


Sharing behind the scenes moment like this with us was something we would never forget because this are things we had no idea about and only he could share it with us.

Huge thank you to the organizers, My Events International for bring this mega event together and making this mega event a possibility. Thank you to Mr. Shahul Hameed Dawood for making the dreams of thousands of people a reality. This wouldn’t be possible without the partnership from Asia Metropolitan University and Yupp TV.

Rajaa The One Man Show was a huge success and worth's every single cent you paid. I wished the length of the event could have been a little shorter, but when you are hearing to Ilayaraaja play, I guess you just don't bother about the time. Hope to see the man return for another concert soon in Malaysia.



Wednesday, 4 October 2017

Goodbye Sepang, You Will Be Missed!

19 years ago saw Malaysia host it’s very first Formula One Grand Prix and what an eventful race it was. I remember it so well that moment. 1999 was the first year I started watching Formula One. I was a fan of Ferrari and Michael Schumacher after being influenced by my mum and brother (plus they were red in colour).

Sepang, home to one of the toughest Formula One Circuit in the world
It was a tough season for Ferrari as I remember Schumacher has been out for a couple months after breaking his leg in Silverstone. The Malaysian GP saw Michael Schumacher’s return to the grand stage again although he wasn’t in the running for the championship.

What an eventful race it was with Schumacher taking pole but helped his teammate Eddie Irvine for the win to give him a shot at the championship. Ferrari took a 1-2 in the first ever Malaysian GP but that wasn’t the end of it. The Ferrari’s were disqualified after the race, giving Mika Hakkinen the win, before an appeal saw them reinstated as winners. Phew so much happening on our very first year.

Schumacher cheering on Irvine, Sepang 1999
Fast forward 19 years, this year’s race would be the most special moment for me. Not because it was Malaysia’s final GP but it was the very first time I attended a Formula One race after watching it on TV for 19 years.

Still a Ferrari Fan, I wore proudly my Ferrari shirt and headed to Sepang from Klang. The race was due to start at 3.00 p.m. and I left my house as early as 11.45 a.m. I knew traffic is going to be slightly heavy and thought that if I left 3 hours earlier, I would reach early enough to walk around before getting a seat in the Main Grandstand.

A normal drive to Sepang will take me 45 minutes, and I was expecting it might take me 1 ½ hours to reach there due to the traffic for the race. Boy I was so wrong. By the time I managed to find a parking (which is super expensive), take the shuttle bus, walk to the Main Grandstand and I find a place it was 2.55 p.m. I took me nearly 3 hours!!!!

I barely managed to make it for the start of the race. Super crazy traffic jam it was. At this point I was so frustrated about the experience and told myself I would never ever go for another Formula one race. It is crazy, I rather watch it at the comfort of my home.
The cars line up on the grid for the very last time in Sepang
However when the 5 lights when off the cars when flat out at the start of the race, all my frustration turned into such a beautiful memory. The experience of sitting in a crowd where by people support the same team as you and watch this beautiful machine go at top speed laps after laps with the crowd cheering at the top of the voice is such a beautiful experience.

Vettel who started right at the back of the grid, had a drive of his life moving all the way up to 4th and we kept on cheering for the German lap after lap. Everything seems to happen so fast there. By the time I realized things, 42 out of the 56 laps have gone by in a blink of an eye.
Vettel moving up the ranks
When you watch it at home, it feels like the 1 ½ hours of race time feels super long, but when you are on the circuit watching it life, time just flies and just like that you are in the closing stages of the race. When the chequered flag was waved, Max Verstappen clinched the victory in the final Malaysian Grand Prix for Red Bull Racing.

Max for the win!
The experience of attending a Formula One race is something I will always treasure in my heart and I hope to go for another race in the future. Thank you Malaysia for creating 19 years of amazing memories to all Malaysian Formula One fans. I hope you return soon again, till then I bid you my farewell.
Amazing scenes at Sepang during the trophy presentation

Saturday, 30 September 2017

Under The Spot Light: En Veetu Thottatil- The Farm.

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I went for two Malaysian Tamil films this year and I was on the verge of giving up of ever going to watch one in the cinema anymore. I told myself that EVT The Farm would the last film I would watch in cinema and if that also disappoints me, I would stop watching Malaysian Tamil films in cinema moving forward. EVT The Farm was my last roll of the dice.

I haven’t had a great experience reviewing local films as the last one got me into a lot of trouble. However I am going to push my luck and review this film while hoping that all the points in my review would be received with an open mind. Presenting to you Boggler Blogger’s review of En Veetu Thottatil- The Farm.


Story Review

Slasher Thriller. That is how the film has been promoted throughout its marketing campaign. I had no idea previously and EVT gave me an amazing insight to that. To simplify the film, the story is about a girl mute and deaf girl who gets kidnapped by The Onai and is trapped in a maze like house. Her goal is to escape the house alive while the cops try to track down the kidnapper. The film touches a love/romantic at the early parts of the film before moving into the slasher thriller genre.

To be honest, when you watch the slasher thriller part of the film, you would feel the pain of the characters being trapped in the maze house. So much blood and violent killing to the point it you would also feel the pain of the victims. Credit to the director for creating a film that allows the audience to feel the pain as well.



My favorite portion of the film was the cat and mouse game happening between the lead character and The Onai. It was so well designed the sequence of scenes which will keep you glued to your seats and captures your full attention on what is happening.


There was a couple of downside for me with the first being the pace of the film for me especially the love portion. As beautiful it was shown I felt that portion had something missing and it wasn’t winning my full attention on the film.

Also I felt that the role of the boyfriend in the film didn’t really gel well with the film and didn’t connect the dots that well. I can see how the whole love portion brought the lead character to the location she was kidnapped but I don’t think that was strong enough to have that long of a portion just for that moment.


Also the boyfriend part was left a little hanging in my opinion on what happens to him after the investigation. As fantastic as The Onai was, I don’t think the backstory of the character does enough justice to allow us to understand why The Onai does what it does and how it picks its victims.

I felt that portion was a little rushed and short. I would have preferred if the love portion was trimmed and The Onai backstory was extended as it would have gave the audience more clarity. Another positive in the film was the opening police fight sequence. That was very well done and I enjoyed it very much. It reminded me a little of a Gautham Menon Police chase/fight sequence. Well done again it was brilliant.

The film has been selected in 3-4 film festivals before it was released here. I believe that alone should be enough to convince you that this film is a must watch. Remember it is not easy for a film to get selected for these festivals and if EVT is there, that means something. Also the public opinion on this film has been pouring in all over Facebook which tells you everything you need to know about the film quality

Rating: 3.7/5.0

Director Review
Karthik Shamalan

Brother you are gem to the Malaysian Film Industry. I was at awe watching your product. There has always been a general perception of how a Malaysian film would be and your film was nothing like that. You showed us that, we Malaysians too can produce internationally acclaimed quality films and I can’t thank you enough for that. You restored my faith in Malaysian films.

You deserve all the credit for coming up with such an engaging and gripping screenplay. I loved the arrangements of the scenes and how you balance the film between the romantic portion, the police portion and of cause The Onai portion.

The arrangement was really good as you didn’t allow the film to travel in a single mood for a long time. The constant moving around made the film very gripping to watch. In an industry where by a heroine usually has almost minimal importance to a film, I got to congratulate you for coming up with a character design of the female lead which was so impressive and bold. This character will inspire people.

Credit to you, your art director and make up team for working on the house maze and the consistency of the blood splattering on your cast. It looked and felt real and the blood stain in the house and on the character looked consistent scene by scene. Fantastic work on that part again. I also enjoyed the fact how you design your film in a manner whereby your lead character and villain had 0 dialogues yet the intensity of their scenes were amazing. Well done

You spoke many times saying you are not sure if you would ever do a film after EVT. Well brother, as a normal audience who craves for quality films, it is my humble request and I believe I speak behave of the majority by saying that you should continue to direct more films post EVT. You have the talent and quality and we want more films from you.

And finally, I clapped and cheered so much for the very last scene you put out. It was a fantastic touch and I was out of my seats for that. I was just so happy to watch that final scene. Thank you again. You are the brain of the film.

Rating: 4.3/5.0

The Cast
Jaya Ganason

Lady, you deserve a standing ovation for your performance in EVT. I was wowed by your performance. So much class and commitment expressed by you in your role. The fear you emoted in the film was so convincing that the audience too traveled with your fear and pain.

Playing a character which is mute and deaf is not an easy task as you have to rely fully on your eyes, expression and body language to tell the audience what is going on and how you are feeling and you aced it well.


The whole proposal scene was just top class. I loved the fact how your cheeks were kind of shacking and vibrating during those scene. Such small detailing but adds so much of value to the scene. You have now set the bar on how a female lead character can perform. Without a doubt you were the heart of the film.

At this part here I have to give lots of credit to the person who dubbed for Jaya Ganason. No dialogues just expression sounds but it was so damn good. The dubbing from you plus Jaya’s expression worked so well together. I know it wasn’t an easy to thing to do and congratulations to you. You would have needed to be fully in character just like Jaya to understand how the character feels and expressive it with your voice. Wonderful job. I am tipping you to win the best actress award for next year's Festival Filem Malaysia.

Rating: 4.5/5.0

Mahesh Poobalan & Mohana Raj

Mahesh Poobalan plays the role of Detective Kabilan who is recovering from a traumatic experience of his own, is assigned to solving a case whereby people have been going missing. He plays his role convincingly as a relentless cop who would not stop until he cracks the case.


I enjoyed the complexity he expressed dealing with his own dark past while at the same time pushing hard to solve this case. By now everyone would have loved his scene where he says “How do you feel now” and that includes me as well. He did justice to his role and brought out what is needed.

Meanwhile Mohana Raj plays the character of Dev who is the love interest of Sujithra (played by Jaya Ganason). Although I didn’t really feel the relevance played by his character in the film that much, I must say Mohana does enough to perform in the role he was given. Relevance of the character is not in his hand therefore I don’t just him for that and only judge him for the way he performed.


The heartbeat scene and the way he reacts to Jaya’s proposal would be his highlighting point in the film.

Rating: 3.0/5.0

K.S.Maniam & The Onai

First up K.S.Maniam sir, credit for you for taking up a role which someone your age would not want to take up. You played a role which people could laugh about, hate you and also feel for you (credit to Karthik Shamalan for the character design). Goes to show that you are capable of playing different type of roles that draws different reactions from the audience.


Everyone is so curious to know who The Onai and I loved the way how it was all revealed in the climax. Just like Jaya, you too had no dialogues and had to rely fully on your body language. Unlike Jaya, who could rely on her facial expression to translate her reactions to the audience, you on the other hand was fully masked and can’t do that.

Despite that, you were able to struck fear in peoples hard, by just the way you walk, the way you move and of cause the sound you made. That is just wow how you were able to do that. I was told you put on an additional 27 kg for this role and that shows dedication. You were definitely another star of the film.

Rating: 3.5/5.0

The Music
Shameshan Mani Maran

In a film which only has 30 % dialogues, music plays a far bigger role than any other normal film. I am glad they picked you for the job because you went on to give life to the film.


As much as I enjoyed your songs in the film, the little background score and music in the film between the scenes gives life to it and allows us to understand what is going on. Your music gave so much meaning to the scenes and that was the key reason on how the audience were able to connect with the film.


Shameshan Mani Maran, you are the soul of the film.

Rating: 4.5/5.0

Final Verdict: Engaging, Violent & Traumatic. An experience you have to watch to understand

Final Rating: 3.9/5.0


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Friday, 29 September 2017

Under The Spot Light: Spyder

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I’ve got to admit, what a relief it is to be doing movie reviews again. It has been nearly 3 months since I last wrote a film review. Due to certain circumstances I choose to stop and now I feel it is the right time to start back again. 

I was waiting for the right film to start writing back again and then comes A.R.Murugadoss’s Spyder. Having been impressed by the trailer, I decided to write about the film and here comes my review.


Story Review

A.R.Murugadoss sticks strongly to his formula in Spyder, which has proven to be successful for films like Thuppakki & Kaththi. The film follows a template like the following:

Mass hero entrance – A love development portion between hero & heroine -  Villain entrance- Cat & Mouse chase between hero & villain- Scenes between hero and heroine & a song to give a little pause to the intense chase- Climax with a social message.

The order may vary a little but this is the usual template he goes with and it has proven to be successful over and over again. It works for Spyder as well and credit goes to A.R. Murugadoss sir for coming up with an engaging screenplay which is also very easy to follow upon for the audience.


Spyder makes an ideal commercial film filled with social message and empowerment thus making it a good family watch over the weekend. However there a couple of loopholes in the film which I felt could have been justified better or avoided.

I don’t know why but when I was watching the films, it kept reminding me a lot about Thuppakki. Maybe they both had a similar formula or it is just me hallucinating things. I just kept thinking, “How I wished Vijay did this film. It would have been so amazing.”

The smooth writing and screenplay is able to cover up some of the loopholes in the film making it less obvious as you are travelling together with the characters in the film.

Rating: 3.8/5.0

Director Review
A.R.Murugadoss

For me personally, A.R.Murugadoss is the king of commercial films in Kollywood. Most commercial films has a fixed template, whereby given to a poor director, the film can turn out to be boring and not engaging.

This is where A.R.Murugadoss is one step ahead of the competition. He takes the template of an ordinary commercial film and puts in his signature touches and gripping screenplay writing which makes his commercial films a real treat to watch.

Despite my love and respect for A.R.Murugadoss, I felt there is two things which he could have done so much better. First is about the way he writes his heroine’s character. The heroine is almost a mere passenger riding on the film.



Imagine if R.J Balaji who is playing a friend role to Mahesh Babu is impacting the film more than the
heroine, then you know something is not right already. Instead of having a heroine just to dance in some songs and provide a break from the film intensity, I hope in the future A.R.Murugadoss writes in a way where the heroine actually has a role to play in the film and impacts the outcome if she wasn’t there. In Spyder, with the heroine or without the heroine you would get almost the same result.

Second, a film like Spyder screams for great VFX effects to justify the story line. I am not sure why but certain scenes the VFX work looked very poor. Despite it being a great and intensive scene, the poor VFX effects would disconnect the audience from the seriousness of what happening and making them laugh.

An example would be the rollercoaster scene. Great scene but the VFX just took away all the thrill. There could be a couple of reasons why the effects turn out that way and I don’t know why. I hope in the future maybe more money and detailing could be invested on that portion to bring to live the scenes.

Another credit goes to the art director for erecting the sets of the climax scene. I’m sure a lot of work would have gone into making it happen and the results on the big screen was amazing. Hats off to the art director.




Rating: 3.5/5.0

The Cast
Mahesh Babu

The Prince has now stepped foot in Kollywood and there couldn’t be a better pick then Spyder to make your grand entrance. Mahesh Babu is already a huge household name in the Telugu industry has now made in debut in Kollywood and he looks like he is ready to give the big commercial stars of Kollywood a run for their money.

He has the looks, the style, the moves and most importantly the quality to be a big name in Kollywood. He brought justice to his role in Spyder playing the role of an intelligent man trying to help the helpless without exposing himself.

Mahesh Babu wins big time on the serious intense scene as his facial expression seems perfect for the confusion that is happening around him. The serious look and deep tone trying to unravel the tangles into capturing the villain was a real treat to watch.






However that’s also his weakness in the film. I felt even in the love portions and humor scenes he was playing off the same expressions and voice tone. A little variation and better body language would elevate the film higher. In a nut shell The Prince has arrived and watch out Kollywood’s big boys, because he is here to stay.

Rating: 3.5/5.0

S.J.Surya

S.J.SURYA. Remember the name. It is the same guy who acted in films like New and Anbe Aaruyire. It is the very same guy who back then I said that he should never act in films because he is such a poor actor. Today I take back my words and bow down to this man for his performance in Spyder.

Ever since Isai, the man has transformed himself as a gem of actor, a gift to the industry. If Mahesh Babu is the hero of Spyder, then S.J.Surya is the star of the film. He will take your breath away and you will be looking forward to see him on screen.




Such an amazing presence and evilness he brings out to life. Playing the role of a guy who looks very disturbing, he brings out the mannerism and body language which is very similar to Heath Ledger’s Joker and nails it perfectly.

The stronger the villain, the better the hero will come out looking and the better it is for a commercial film and this is exactly what happened in Spyder. A.R.Murugodass deserves a lot of credits for designing this character and S.J Surya deserves all the applauds and praises for bringing the role to life.

Rating: 4.5/5.0

The Music
Harris Jayaraj

It is safe to say that the songs from Spyder can be considered to be a good hit upon releasing and my favorite was “Boom Boom” A Harris Jayaraj music album is always well balanced with a good melody touch and the same can be said for Spyder.


I particularly enjoyed the BGM for S.J.Surya’s portion. It felt different and added a nice touch for the villain. Although Mahesh Babu’s BGM was equally nice, I couldn’t resist to feel that as if I have heard the tone of the music before. Again it may not be true and just be my mind playing tricks on me.

Rating: 3.7/5.0

Final Verdict: Spyder is one for quality commercial film fans

Final Rating: 3.8/5.0




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