Hanuman Returns (2007)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Children, Adventure, Animation
Critics Score
50%
Total Reviews: 4
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0%
Total Votes: 0

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Review Summary: There's a chimp who talks like Shah Rukh a bad guy who guffaws like Gabbar and a snake wand that seems to know some of Harry Potter's tricks.

Average Critic Rating: (2.94)
Release Date: 01 Jan 2007

Plot: Devas are 'busy' in their Swarglok (heaven). Technology has crossed boundaries of earth and even non-mortal devas have become techno-geeks. They converse in Hinglish. Hanuman sees a village boy who is bullied by local hooligans. He decides to help him but for that he has to take birth as a human. Read more

Hanuman Returns - Top Reviews

There's a chimp who talks like Shah Rukh a bad guy who guffaws like Gabbar and a snake wand that seems to know some of Harry Potter's tricks.
Nikhat Kazmi, Times of India

Hanuman Returns - All Reviews

How many full fledged animation movies can one remember that have been completely created out of India? Worse, how many of them have actually got a countrywide release? Practically NIL. Except for children's movies like 'Chota Chetan', 'Chota Jaadugar', 'Makdee' amongst a few others, Indian audience has seldom witnessed an animation or a children's movie reaching the theatres and that too in a big way. On these grounds, Percept Pictures Company, Silvertoons, Sahara One Motion Pictures and director V.G.Samant deserve an applause for coming up with a movie belonging to a kind that breaks away from the conventional way of movie making! With Hanuman, one expects many more production houses to wake up to the fact that such movies are now a reality in India too and worth pumping their money in.
India Glitz
who has come with a marvel in the first film 'Hanuman' has now come up with a cocktail of sorts with Hanuman playing the lead role. The film begins with the battle between the gods and Rakshas (Demons) and then moves onto a small village where a small boy
Bharat Student
'Return of Hanuman' is likely to be appreciated by child-audiences but the magnitude of success is simply unpredictable
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