In its sixth day at the box office, Teja Sajja’s dynamic superhero film, HanuMan, continues to captivate audiences, raking in an impressive ₹11.5 crore on Wednesday. Released concurrently with Mahesh Babu’s Guntur Kaaram, HanuMan has emerged as a cinematic powerhouse, showcasing resilience amid tough competition.
According to Sacnilk.com, the cumulative box office collection of HanuMan in India stands at an estimated ₹80.46 crore nett. This commendable feat highlights the film’s widespread appeal across diverse audiences, transcending language barriers. The movie’s success is particularly noteworthy given the head-to-head clash with Guntur Kaaram.
The latest report reveals that HanuMan grossed approximately ₹11.5 crore nett in India across all languages on Wednesday. The film, released in Telugu, Malayalam, Tamil, Hindi, and Kannada, opened strong with ₹4.15 crore from paid previews on Thursday. Subsequently, it amassed ₹8.05 crore nett across all languages on Friday.
Witnessing a surge in popularity, HanuMan recorded earnings of ₹12.45 crore nett in all languages on Saturday, followed by a robust ₹16 crore on Sunday. Although experiencing a slight slowdown in the subsequent days, the film maintained a solid performance with ₹15.2 crore nett on Monday and ₹13.11 crore nett on Tuesday.
HanuMan, a sci-fi spectacle, follows the journey of a young man, portrayed by Teja Sajja, who acquires superpowers bestowed by Lord Hanuman. The film boasts a stellar cast including Varalaxmi Sarathkumar, Amritha Aiyer, and Vinay Rai, delivering a riveting narrative that seamlessly blends superhero action, comedy, and historical elements.
Teja Sajja, in an interview with news agency ANI, expressed his enthusiasm for the project, describing the experience of working on a superhero film as “very exciting.” He highlighted the film’s unique combination of entertaining superhero sequences and the incorporation of Indian history, making it a compelling and enjoyable cinematic experience.
As HanuMan continues to soar at the box office, it establishes itself as a must-watch film that not only entertains but also pays homage to India’s rich cultural heritage.