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Hanuman Da Damdaar

Hanuman Da Damdaar

02 Jun, 2017
1 hrs 44 mins
1,576 votes
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Anjani has not forgotten how her son almost lost his life. Now to protect him, she shelters him in a bid to keep him from harming himself again. She doesn’t even allow him to go out of the house. When his father Senapati Kesari returns from war, he is upset to find that his brave son has become a scared little boy. Maruti feels bad that his father isn’t proud of him, and prays to God to make him the bravest kid in the world.

God answers his prayers and leads Maruti into a series of jungle adventures. His experiences and new friends lead him to metamorphose from a Bhola-Bhala Bajrangi to HANUMAN DA DAMDAAR!
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Verdict: Decent animation and a stellar voice over cast keep you entertained throughout. A lady who wrote the screenplay for acclaimed director Sudhir Mishra`s Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi returns to the silver screen after a long gap of 12 years with a satire filled story based on Hanuman`s mythological stories. It is Ruchi Narain and unlike her previous film ... ...Read full review
Ruchi Narains 2D animated feature Hanuman Da` Damdaar comes just at the right time. The film is aimed at children who currently are having their summer holidays around the country. So the timing has been perfect. The animation too is on better lines though the quality remains inconsistent. The major gimmick of the film is getting Salman Khan do the voice of the adult Hanuman. So you get to see Hanuman mouthing some popular Salman dialogues and the treatment does get a few laughs. You wish there was more of the same. ...Read full review
Animation films in India are few and far between. So, when a film like `Hanuman Da Damdaar`, with a cast that includes Salman Khan hits the theatres, your curiosity is immediately piqued. But the fact that Salman has only about a few minutes of dialogues in the entire film feels like a bummer. ...Read full review
Your curiosity is piqued when Hanuman Da Damdaar announces a stellar voice cast, the subject of Hanuman and an interesting filmmaker at the helm. Ruchi Narain, who wrote Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi before directing her first film, Kal Yesterday and Tomorrow (2005), picks the animated Hanuman Da Damdaar for her next project. The film also carries the very clever line Jahan na pahunche Superman wahan pahunche Hanuman! (Hanuman can reach places even Superman cannot conquer). ...Read full review