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HanuMan Box Office Collection Day 1: Teja Sajja Superhero Film Opens Big

Teja Sajja‘s much-awaited superhero film HanuMan finally hit theaters on Friday, January 12, 2024. Following its theatrical release, the movie received many positive reviews online. Anticipation is high, and fans are now eagerly awaiting the film’s first-day box office performance. Recent reports suggest HanuMan may earn $843k in India on its first day for all languages.

On Sankranti’s occasion, three other Telugu films clashed with HanuMan—Guntur Kaaram, starring Mahesh Babu and directed by Trivikram Srinivas, Nagarjuna and Vijay Binni’s Naa Saami Ranga, and Sailesh Kolanu’s Saindhav, which stars Venkatesh Daggubati in the lead role. Thus, Teja Sajja’s film seems to be facing tough competition at the box office due to the clash with these blockbuster releases.

Teja Sajja HanuMan box office collection day 1 explored

After its theatrical run, netizens now have their eyes set on HanuMan’s first-day box office collection. As per reports from Sacnilk, the film can expect to earn an impressive amount at the box office. Teja Sajja’s film may earn $843k in the Indian Net Collection in all languages. However, this is an early estimate since the official collection has yet to be disclosed.

Directed by Prasanth Varma, the film features Teja Sajja and Amritha Aiyer in lead roles, along with Varalaxmi, Vinay Rai, and Vennela Kishore. Produced under the banner of Primeshow Entertainment, the movie has a blend of mythological and fantastical elements.

The story revolves around Teja Sajja as Hanumanthu, who gains the power of the god Hanuman. He uses his powers to save the people of Anjanadri, a fictional place.

The film has received a U/A certificate from the Central Board of Film Certification. As per BookMyShow, HanuMan has received a rating of 9.7/10 with 26.6K votes (as of writing).

Now, with the competition being high at the box office, it remains to be seen how much the film will earn in its first week.

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