Hanuman: Amma Avakaya and Anjaneya.. energetic track unveiled
Director Prasanth Varma and the Hanu-Man team have been creating buzz for their upcoming original superhero film by releasing its thrilling songsBy: Tupaki Desk | 28 Nov 2023 3:06 PM GMT
Director Prasanth Varma and the Hanu-Man team have been creating buzz for their upcoming original superhero film by releasing its thrilling songs. Following the launch of the second song, "Superhero Hanuman," which garnered excitement among kids and adults on Children's Day, the team has now dropped the third single, "Avakaya Anjaneya."
This latest release presents a lively folk track filled with energetic beats, composed by Anudeeep Dev. The song's visuals start with Amritha Aiyer, accompanied by elderly women making avakaya pickle, when masked assailants attempt an attack. Enter Hanumanthu, portrayed as Lord Anjaneya, coming to the women's rescue. The seamless integration of pickle-making tradition with an action-packed sequence has resulted in a song that boasts moments worthy of applause and cheers.
Simhachalam Mannela crafted the memorable lyrics, sung vibrantly by Galidevara Sahiti. Teja Sajja showcases a powerful presence in the song, complemented by skillfully choreographed action scenes.
The soundtrack for "Hanu-Man" offers diversity, with each of the three released songs – including the devotional "Hanuman Chalisa," the humorous "Superhero Hanuman," and now the folk-inspired "Avakaya Anjaneya" – representing distinct genres.
The movie, produced by K Niranjan Reddy of PrimeShow Entertainment and presented by Smt Chaitanya, features Varalaxmi Sarathkumar and Vinay Rai in significant roles, among others. Boasting cinematography by Shivendra and a visionary production design by Srinagendhra Tangala, the film promises a unique experience within Prasanth Varma's Cinematic Universe.
Scheduled for a Pan World release on January 12, 2024, in multiple Indian languages and international ones like English, Spanish, Korean, Chinese, and Japanese, "Hanu-Man" anticipates success with its universal concept set in the imaginary realm of "Anjanadri.”