The first Telugu zombie movie, "Zombie Reddy," was directed by Prasanth Varma, who also created his cinematic universe to produce the first-ever Indian superhero picture, "HANUMAN." The movie, which is supposed to be the first from Teja Sajja's multiverse, stars the young Telugu actor.
In a previous glimpse, Prasanth Varma revealed Teja Sajja's character, making the necessary impact on moviegoers. Through the posters, he later introduced additional lead characters. He came up with something unbelievable today. Today saw the release of the teaser for the crazy Pan India flick.
A waterfall and a huge statue of "HANUMAN" holding a mace in his hand may be seen in the opening scene of the teaser. Lord Ram's chanting can be heard in the distance, eventually eliciting a state of euphoria out of devotion. We receive the signal of the approach of the "Supreme Being" in the form of light on the hill and certain beings doing the circumambulation (Pradakshina) performance. The same is said in the quotation The Ancients Shall Arise Again.
Teja Sajja enters as an underdog who is lying on the seashore unconscious. Amritha Aiyer's frightened expression, followed by the solar eclipse, portends the coming of disaster. The "Man of Doom," Vinay Rai, is terrifying. As a bride who beats wicked guys with a coconut palm, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar makes an appearance.
It's amazing to see Hanumanthu go from being the underdog to being a superhero. He appears to be possessed by Lord Hanuman as he holds a mace, stands tall on the hill while a helicopter approaches, and then displays his superpowers by flying through the air. We will be astounded by the final images of Lord Hanuma singing Ram and practicing Tapas.