Spyder Jukebox: 5 Songs We Are Sure You’ll Play On A Loop

Sneha Bale

June 15, 2019

Entertainment

1 min

1. Boom Boom

It’s Saturday night. Time to head out for the best party in town. Or are you throwing a party at home? Either way, for a great party, you need a great playlist. And the one thing you need to get out of the couch, is the jukebox of the Mahesh Babu and Rakul Preet Singh-starrer Telugu movie Spyder. Wondering how? Read to know!

The song that introduces Mahesh Babu as Shiva, the techie saving hundreds of lives, is Boom Boom. Sung by Nikhita Gandhi and with roaring beats by Harrish Jayaraj, this number packs together all the pop-culture references that we would like to wake up to.

2. Haali Haali

Brijesh Tripati Sandilya, Harini and Sunitha Upadrashta have lent their earthy voices to bring out the magic in Haali Haali. The pace of the song might be too quick for you to register when you are already sleepy and lazy, but as soon as you tune in, watch your head sway from left and right and your shoulders trying to match up, too.

3. Cicilya Cicilya

This one is for you, hopeless romantics! Who doesn’t like cutesy lyrics that bring a smile on our faces? Cicilya Cicilya is that one number that will get you jumping out of the couch at any point in the day. It will make you feel happier and smile a little wider. Also, as you get back on your feet, try to match steps with Mahesh Babu and Rakul Preet.

4. Achcham Telugandham

‘She’s Ms Mysterious but she’s so damn gorgeous’. Ladies, you are lying if you say you don’t smile listening to these words. When listening to Achcham Telugandham, by Pravin Saivi, Christopher Stanley and Sathyaprakash D, you are bound to feel beautiful. And that’s the best, isn’t it?

5. Akkada Vunnavadu

Geetha Madhuri, of ‘Amma thalley‘ fame, brings back the irresistible magic of her voice in the song Akkada Vunnavadu. Geetha’s powerful voice will make you want to get out and break into an impromptu villa-swag dance in your room, all by yourself. 

Looking for more entertainment? Check out Ram Pothineni’s Hyper on ZEE5.

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