HanuMan Movie Review and Rating

By - January 12, 2024 - 07:41 AM IST

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Film: HanuMan
Director: Prasanth Varma

Cast: Teja Sajja , Amritha Aiyer , Varalakshmi Sarath Kumar

Producers: K. Niranjan Reddy
Music Director: GowraHari, Anudeep Dev, Krishna Saurabh
Cinematographer: Shivendra
Editor: Saibabu Talari

Banner: PrimeShow Entertainment
Release Date: January 12, 2024

iQlik Movies Rating: 3.25/5

Director Prashant Varma delves into this thought with his film "HanuMan," weaving a story that taps into our cultural superhero. The narrative centers on Hanuman, portrayed by Teja Sajja, exploring a unique socio fantasy concept that blends mythology with modern storytelling. Does Prashant Varma succeed in bringing our superhero to life on the screen? Let's see the movie?s review.


Set in the picturesque Anjanadri region, the story introduces us to Hanumanthu (Teja Sajja) and his strong bond with his sister Anjamma (Varalakshmi Sarath Kumar). The narrative takes an unexpected turn when Hanuman gains supernatural powers, attracting the attention of the antagonist, Michael (Vinay Roy). The clash between Hanuman and Michael unfolds, revealing the superhero's role in protecting his homeland.


Teja Sajja shines as Hanuman, delivering an impressive performance that suits the character's journey from an ordinary man to a superhero. Varalakshmi Sarath Kumar's role as Hanuman's sister is well-designed, adding emotional depth to the narrative. Vinay Roy, as the antagonist Michael, brings style to the character, though the role could have been further developed. The supporting cast contributes effectively to the overall impact of the film.

Technical Aspects:

"Hanuman" stands out technically, with striking visuals and an impactful background score elevating the cinematic experience. The director's attention to detail in portraying Anjanadri, Hanuman's powers, and action sequences earns the film commendable marks. Gauri Hara's work in action episodes is noteworthy, and the film serves as a turning point in her career. The producer's commitment to quality is evident, making every cinematic idea meaningful and beautiful on screen.


"Hanuman" successfully connects with the audience by presenting a relatable superhero story. Prashant Varma's direction excels in visual storytelling, capturing the essence of Anjanadri and the heroic feats of Hanuman. The film's sociofantasy genre allows for a departure from logic, embracing a magical experience on screen. The director skillfully introduces the characters, leading to a thrilling confrontation between Hanuman and Michael. Teja Sajja's portrayal as Hanuman, supported by strong visuals and background score, adds to the film's appeal. "Hanuman" emerges as a commendable attempt by Prashant Varma to present our cultural superhero to the audience. The film successfully blends mythology with modern storytelling. On the whole, the film opened well at the box office this Sankranthi and is a sure shot winner.

Plus Points:


Minus Points:

Few lag scenes in first half

Final Verdict: HanuMan is SuperHit.



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