Renowned Indian filmmaker Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri is known for his thought-provoking and impactful storytelling that reflects society and engages the public. His acclaimed films, “The Vaccine War” and “The Kashmir Files,” have left a deep emotional impact on viewers. The former, receiving multiple awards, including the prestigious National Awards, captivated the nation with its compelling narrative, while the latter paid homage to Indian women.
Agnihotri, known for appreciating the artistry of fellow filmmakers, recently praised the success of the Pan India film “HanuMan,” an epic fantasy drama. Taking to social media, he expressed his joy for the film’s achievements and commended director Prasanth Varma, actor Teja Sajja, the talented crew, and the VFX team. Agnihotri also acknowledged the significant contribution of the film to Indic Cinema, celebrating it as a triumph for the Indian Renaissance that began with the #BuddhaInATrafficJam movement in 2010.
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In terms of Agnihotri’s own work, he surprised the audience by unveiling his upcoming masterpiece at a lavish event in Bangalore. Titled “Parva” and based on S.L. Bhyrappa’s work, this ambitious project is poised to become a three-part franchise, leaving a lasting legacy in Indian film history.
“HanuMan,” the latest film starring Teja Sajja and directed by Prasanth Varma, has been performing admirably at the box office. With earnings exceeding Rs 50 crore in India, the film continues to draw impressive box office numbers, prompting theater owners to add more screens due to overwhelming demand for tickets. The superhero franchise’s first installment has garnered positive reviews from both critics and audiences, with tickets selling out rapidly.
As of January 15, “HanuMan” had a net income of Rs 14.50 crore in India, and its four-day net total reached Rs 55.15 crore. The Telugu version of the film boasted an 80.11 percent occupancy rate on January 15.
Teja Sajja leads the cast, supported by Vijay Rai, Raj Deepak Shetty, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar, and Amritha Aiyer. Set in the fictional village of Anjanadri, the film is the first installment in the Prasanth Varma Cinematic Universe. Megastar Chiranjeevi, the chief guest at the pre-release event, revealed the filmmakers’ plan to contribute Rs 5 from each ticket to the Ram Temple Mandir in Ayodhya, with an initial donation of 14 lakhs from the first day’s ticket sales.