Set within the fictional village of Anjanadri, HanuMan marks the start of the Prasanth Varma Cinematic Universe (PVCU). Headlined by Teja Sajja, the Telugu-language superhero movie has earned over Rs 100 crore globally.
Headlined by Teja Sajja and helmed by Prasanth Varma, the Telugu-language superhero movie HanuMan hit theatres final week on Friday, January 12. The movie has been receiving extraordinarily optimistic evaluations from audiences for its participating storytelling, spectacular visible results, robust performances, and brilliantly mixing mytholgy with the superhero style.
As per the trade tracker Sacnilk, HanuMan had grossed Rs 55.85 crore web in India and Rs 94.75 crore worldwide in its first 4 days. On its fifth day of launch, i.e. January 16, the movie earned Rs 12.75 crore web in India as per the early estimates from Sacnilk. Thus, the movie has crossed the Rs 100-crore mark worldwide. It is a enormous achievement for the Teja Sajja-starrer as it’s reportedly made on the price range of simply Rs 20 crore.
Forward of the discharge of the superhero movie, Teja Sajja had shared that his favorite homegrown superhero movies are the Hindi movie Koi Mil Gaya and the Malayalam movie Minnal Murali. Speaking to IANS, he had stated, “I’ve not watched many English superhero movies. Marvel and DC by no means clicked with me due to the shortage of cultural understanding. However I like Koi Mil Gaya. I like Minnal Murali additionally. The opposite day I used to be in Kochi speaking about Minnal Murali. Tovino Thomas sir was additionally there, he stated he additionally knew about HanuMan and he desires to do one thing for HanuMan. I hope we will do one thing collectively.”
Set within the fictional village of Anjanadri, HanuMan marks the start of the Prasanth Varma Cinematic Universe (PVCU). The movie additionally stars Amrita Iyer, Varalakshmi Sarathkumar, Raj Deepak Shetty and Vinay Rai in supporting roles.
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