Who is Teja Sajja, whose teaser of Hanuman created panic on social media

Who is Teja Sajja, whose teaser of Hanuman created panic on social media

The teaser of director Prashanth Verma's new film Hanuman (HanuMan) has been launched recently, which has won the hearts of people. The VFX and visuals of the film are being highly praised. If there has been so much buzz about the teaser, then after the release this film can also be included in the blockbuster list of South films. This is a superhero film and Teja Sajja will be seen as the lead actor in it. Now everyone wants to know who is Teja Sajja who is seen in 'Hanuman'. Let us tell you.

Who is Teja Sajja?
Teja Sajja was born in the year 1995 in Hyderabad (present-day Telangana). He did his schooling at Hyderabad Public School. Teja took entry into the film industry at a very young age. At the age of just 2, he worked as a child actor in Chiranjeevi's film Choodalani Vundi. He has worked in more than 50 Telugu films. Teja Sajja made his debut as the male lead in the year 2021 with Joby Reddy, which received positive responses from critics. Apart from this, he has shown his acting prowess in 'Ishq: Not a Love Story and the science fiction film Awadav.

Seeing the teaser, users trolled Adipurush
After watching the teaser of Hanuman, people have trolled Prabhas and Saif Ali Khan's film Adipurush fiercely. People shared screenshots of the teasers of 'Hanuman' and 'Adipurush' and said that the teaser of 'Hanuman' is a thousand times better than the teaser of 'Adipurush'. Apart from this, people also said that the film Hanuman has been made better even on a low budget. Its visuals are amazing.

Shot in other languages ​​as well
Hanuman (HanuMan) film has been set in a fictional village. Its director is Prashanth Verma, who came into the discussion in the year 2018 about Awe. Director Prashant says that some scenes of 'Hanuman' have been shot in other languages ​​so that people feel that it is their own film. We are making a really great film. I thank our line producers, who are working harder than us.

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