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Hanu-Man: Rana Daggubati launches the first look of Vinay Rai from Prasanth Varma’s superhero film

Vinay Rai is cast as the antagonist Michael in the film whose shoot is nearly complete

  • Srivathsan Nadadhur

Last Updated: 05.33 AM, Jun 08, 2022

Hanu-Man: Rana Daggubati launches the first look of Vinay Rai from Prasanth Varma’s superhero film
Rana Daggubati and Vinay Rai

Prasanth Varma’s Hanu-Man is one of the most ambitious projects in the director’s career. In terms of scale, it’s his biggest film and has an ambitious idea of retelling mythological character Hanuman’s story for a modern-day audience. Teja Sajja, Amritha Iyer headline the film whose shoot is almost complete.

Rana Daggubati today has announced the latest addition to team Hanu-Man, actor Vinay Rai, by sharing his first look as Michael from the film. Vinay Rai, who last played a baddie in Suriya’s actioner ET, continues his glorious run as an antagonist with Hanu-Man as well. His first look in the film certainly raises curiosity.

In a custom-made long suit, Vinay Rai looks dapper as the ‘Badass Evil Man’ as he ferociously walks in front of a temple with a group of henchmen carrying heavy machine guns under the surveillance of robotic bats. Donning a specially designed gas mask and a pirate eye patch, Michael looks like a special role in the actor’s filmography.

However the makers share that Vinay Rai’s Micheal is not the typical baddie and will have a great character arc. His origins and backstory and the reason that leads him to Anjanadri would be interesting for the viewer, they add. Varalaxmi Sarathkumar too plays a key role in the superhero film produced by K Niranjan Reddy under Primeshow Entertainment.

Chaitanya presents the film cinematographed by Dasaradhi Shivendra and edited by SB Raju Talari. Four composers are working on the film, Anudeep Dev, Hari Gowra, Jay Krish and Krishna Saurabh. Asrin Reddy is the executive producer and Srinagendhra Tangala is the production designer respectively.