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Hanu-Man Movie Review : A new Superhero arrives

Sarkar Rating: 2.75/5

 Teja Sajja, Amritha Aiyer, Raj Deepak Shetty

What is the story?

In the imaginary town of Anjanadri, Hanumanthu (Teja Sajja) is a laid-back individual who believes he is a hero but lacks the courage to stand up to bullies. The village is under the watchful eye of Lord Hanuman, who foresees that Hanumanthu has to get into possession of a sacred gem that grants him enormous physical strength. Meanwhile, an aspiring superhero aka supervillain named Michael (Vinay Rai) arrives in the town, harboring a hidden agenda to acquire supernatural abilities.

Performances:

Teja Sajja: Deserves appreciation for embodying Hanumanthu’s insecurities and blessings.
Vinay Rai: A white-collar criminal who looks devilish.
Varalaxmi Sarathkumar: Good in an emotional scene.
Comedians: Getup Srinu, Vennela Kishore, Satya and Rakesh Master are good.
Others: Raj Deepak Shetty and Samuthirakani are average.

Technical Departments:

Background score: Gowra Hari’s work is excellent.
Sound design: Superior.
Cinematography and production design: Equally good.
VFX: Stands out in the climax.

What works?

1. Storyline.
2. Screenplay in the climax segment.
3. Director Prasanth Varma’s ambitious outlook.
4. The emotional journey of the lead man.
5. The quality of comedy.

What Doesn’t Work?

1. Lack of suspense.
2. Predictability.
3. A few stretched-out scenes.

Verdict:

‘HanuMan’ is written to humour the audience. There are a range of scenes, from gentle to intense and even loud ones. Go for it.

 

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