The Legend Of Hanuman Season 3 OTT Release: When And Where To Watch

The Legend of Hanuman, one of the most beloved animated series, is about to return for a third season. It is praised by older audiences as well as children because it is based on Hindu mythology.

Thirteen episodes from the first season of the show debuted on January 29, 2021. In August of that year, the second season, which also included thirteen episodes, debuted. Fans have been eagerly anticipating the third season’s arrival ever since.

The third season will soon be accessible on streaming services, according to rumours. The story, which centres on the legendary Vanar, shows his courage to stand up against evil. He is the ultimate guardian and defender of those in need.

On this auspicious occasion of Diwali, the makers published a teaser, writing, “Pavan Putra Hanuman Ji Ki Kahani Ke Agle Padaav Ki, Diwali ke Shubh Avsar Par, Pesh Pai Pk Jhalki.” Hotstar Specials TheLegendOfHanumanS3 will release Dekhiye Mahabali Hanuman ki kahani ka agla charan in January 2024.

It’s fascinating to see because of the current spin animation adds to the legend IMDb users have given the two seasons ratings of 9.1 and 8.6, respectively.

Where can I view season three of The Legend of Hanuman?

It’s coming to Disney+Hotstar.

When will season The Legend of Hanuman Season 3?

Its official release states that it will launch in January 2024. But no official release date has been disclosed. Keep checking back for further developments.

What is The Legend of Hanuman season 3 storyline?

Narrating the tale is Sharad Kelkar, the voice of Raavan. Raavan, the ruler of Lanka, will face up against Hanuman in the third season. As everyone looks on in horror and wonder, he wreaks destruction over the kingdom of Lanka.

In the teaser, Raavan is seen questioning Hanuman’s identity since he is unable to defeat such formidable Rakshasas or elude Indrajit’s weaponry as a mere “Vanar.”

It is available to watch in seven languages: Hindi, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, and Marathi. It was directed by Jeevan J. Kang and Navin John. This is a really unusual method for an animated mythological drama.

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