Hanu Man l Not Just A Review

By: Honey Agarwal / Amit kumaR Agarwal
Hanu Man is an Indian super-hero film that fuses ancient Indian beliefs with modern scientific-innovation. Is the fusion seamless to deliver a film worth a watch. Read on.
Hanu Man is an interesting blend of ancient Indian belief of a pearl (mani) formed from the blood-drop of God Hanuman. This huge pearl gives super-powers to anyone in possession of the pearl. Hanumanth (Teja Sajja) is a young man, who gets super-powers, which he ultimately uses to fight injustice and save the world from Michael (Vinay Rai), who wants to use the powers for his own selfish interests. 
Prasanth Varma deserves full marks not only for penning an interesting story, but also getting it developed into an engaging screenplay. The film hooks right from the first frame. Though the screenplay is not seamless, yet the incidents are very engaging that audiences overlook these small inconsistencies.
Prasanth has created many sequences to bring the house-down and the climax ends on such a high that audiences are already waiting for the sequel.
Almost everyone has acted well, but the principal cast deserves a special mention. Teja Sajja, Amritha Aiyer, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar, Getup Srinu stand out in the cast.
Telugu film dubbed in Hindi; Hindi version has taken an average start at the box-office because none of the actors are known in the north-India, but the business of Hindi-version is bound to grow.