HanuMan: Mix It to Fix It
Star Cast: Teja Sajja, Amrita Aiyar, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar, Vinay Rai, Samuthirakani, and Vennela Kishore
Cinematography by Dasaradhi Sivendra
Edited by Sai Babu Talari
Music Composed by Anudeep Dev, GowraHari & Krishna Saurabh
Directed by Prashanth Verma
As a regular reader, you know my love for mythology and you might have wondered how much I would write about it in this review, since the movie has a lot of scope for it. However, I feel no inspiration, interest, or enthusiasm to discuss “mythology” or “believed history” in relation to this film. You might also be aware of my passion for fiction, fantasy, and sci-fi genres. But I am reluctant to even mention those elements and aspects, as I think it would disrespect those concepts, films, and stories that I admire. So, you might ask, why should you read this piece, if I am not going to talk about anything? Well, I am going to talk about the craft of the movie and its “inspirations”.