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HanuMan's Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada versions to stream on OTT from this date
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HanuMan's Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada versions to stream on OTT from this date

| @indiablooms | 26 Mar 2024, 03:39 pm

Telugu language superhero film HanuMan's Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada versions to get streamed on a digital platform soon.

The film, which is directed by Prasanth Varma, was released in theatres on January 12.

The film's Hindi version is already streaming on Jio Cinema from March 16 while the Telugu version is on Zee5 from 18th of the same month.

Now the makers have decided to make the remaining three versions- Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada- debut on OTT.

The film will be streaming on Disney Plus Hotstar from April 5, director Varma informed.

Starring Teja Sajja in the lead role, the film is set in a fictional place called Anjanadri. The story follows the journey of Hanumanthu, who is armed with Lord Hanuman's power to save the people of Anjanadri.

Apart from Teja Sajja, HanuMan stars Amritha Aiyar, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar Samuthirakani in distinct roles.

The film, which earned Rs. 330 crore in the box office, has turned out to be the highest grossing Telugu and second highest grossing Indian film of 2024 so far.

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