- ‘Hanu-Man’ film team donates to Ayodhya Ram temple in new style*
The team of the film said that ‘from the fans who watch the film Hanu-Man in theatres, five rupees from the ticket fee paid by them will be donated to the Ram temple being built in Ayodhya’. ‘Mega Star’ Chiranjeevi welcomed and thanked for this announcement.
‘Hanu-Man’ is the upcoming movie directed by Prashant Verma. It stars Teja Sajja, Varalakshmi Sarathkumar, Amrita Iyer, Vinay Roy, Satya, Raj Deepak Shetty and others. Gaura Hari and Anudeep Dev have composed the music for this movie, which has cinematography by Dasarathi Shivendra. This movie, which is being prepared as a superhero movie in the fantasy genre, is produced by Prime Show Entertainment. Produced by Niranjan Reddy. Srimati Chaitanya presents this.
On the occasion of Pongal holiday, ‘Hanu-Man’ will release in theaters worldwide on January 12 in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada and Hindi languages. Famous distributor Sakthivelan is releasing this movie across Tamil Nadu on behalf of Shakti Film Factory. In this case, the film team is currently actively involved in events promoting the film in many places like Kochi, Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad.
A free release event was held in Hyderabad as an event. Megastar Chiranjeevi was the special guest. He said, “The construction of Ram Temple in Ayodhya is a milestone in history. I have received an invitation to attend the opening ceremony of Ram temple on 22nd of this month. I will attend this with my family members.
The team of ‘Hanu-Man’ has made an important announcement on the occasion of the opening ceremony of Ram Temple.
From every ticket sold to see the film, five rupees are donated to the construction of the Ram temple. I am happy to announce this news here on behalf of the film team. I would also like to extend my heartiest congratulations to the team of ‘Hanu-Maan’ for taking such a noble decision.
Not only the film industry but also spiritual lovers have praised the team of ‘Hanu-Man’ for donating five rupees from every ticket sold for the film ‘Hanu-Maan’ to build a Ram Temple.