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Jai Hanuman: 2025 Release Cancelled

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Jai Hanuman by Prasanth Varma is one of the most anticipated movies of Tollywood. The first part Hanuman was released recently and emerged as a blockbuster success and earned massive profits for everyone involved. Apart from the massive collections, the movie also earned the young director a lot of applause for his vision and ability to conceive such an idea on a limited budget.

Hanuman is a sensational blockbuster that collected around Rs 300Cr and emerged as the all-time highest Sankranti grosser and one of the biggest grossers in Tollywood. Prasanth Varma ended Hanuman on a high note by plugging in Jai Hanuman towards the end and giving the audience an idea of what to expect from this sequel.

The director has officially announced that the pre-production works have begun for the film so the fans and audiences expected the film will hit screens in 2025. Teja Sajja has given some clarity on the matter and in media interaction and said that it would take much more time and that he would do some more films in this gap.

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He clarified that a 2025 release is not possible as it is a large-scale movie. There is huge anticipation about the film and everyone is eager to see who plays the Hanuman role. The film is now expected to hit screens in 2026. The casting of the film has created great anticipation and only time will reveal who plays which character. Teja Sajja will return to his role as Hanumanthu in this sequel.

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