Huppa Huiyya

Huppa Huiyya

Hanmya (Siddharth Jadhav) a poor boy from the village is brought up by the Sarpanch of the village (Mohan Joshi) and his caring wife (Mansi Magikar). Being a helpful youngster, Hanmya has two friends - a clown in the village who performs shows (Mangesh Desai) and his beloved (Girija Oak). His daily routine is to help people from the village and to bring to book those involved in illegal activities. He is more into social work and helps the old lady (Usha Nadkarni) living in the outskirts of the village, by collecting herbs for her medicines from the jungles. One day, while collecting herbs, Hanmya interacts with a group of monkeys and eats a fruit thrown at him by one of the monkeys. When he returns to Old lady’s house, he finds extra energy within him. Not surprised by this superpower, the old lady realizes this gift coming from God, especially to those who would make use of it only for the right purpose. The script of the film then takes you on fantasy filled journey. Soon, you are taken for the darshan of 11 Hanuman temples created by Swami Samarth Ramdas in the 17th century, through that 8 minute song sequence.

Now, when there are good things happening, the evil power is sure to block the way. So, in comes the villain Rangrao (Ganesh Yadav). He first gets Hanmya’s clown friend killed and also succeeds in giving an electric shock to Hanmya’s beloved. In the climax of the film, the old lady comes to remind Hanmya about the secret about the superpower that he possesses. Hanmya opts for the ‘three-in-one’ prayer to first get the water for the village.

Drama, Comedy

Mohan Joshi
Girija Oak
Mangesh Desai
Vabhav Mangle
Ganesh Yadav

Anil Surve

Samit Kakkad
Amar Kakkad
Pushpa Kakkad

Music Director: Ajit Parab