Hanuman poster spotted in DC's The Flash, fans eager to discover the connectiontext_fields
The recently released American superhero film, 'The Flash,' has been generating buzz among Indian audiences for an unlikely reason. Some viewers spot a poster featuring Lord Hanuman from the epic Ramayana in one of the scenes. Now, people want to discover any possible connection between the DC universe and Hanuman.
The poster of Lord Hanuman was seen in the room of Barry Allen, the lead character known as The Flash. The story follows Barry Allen's quest to alter past events and save his mother from untimely death. But it leads to unforeseen consequences.
Social media platforms, particularly Twitter, erupted with excitement as users eagerly shared images of the Hanuman poster and speculated about its significance. A Twitter user posed the question, "In the #Flash movie, Barry Allen has a picture of Lord Hanuman in his room. Anyone knows the reason or reference?" Another user expressed their anticipation, writing, "Hanuman ji in Barry Allen's room... Excited to know the relation."
For devotees, the presence of Lord Hanuman in The Flash's room became an additional source of enthusiasm. A Twitter comment humorously stated, "Pov: you're a Hindu & watching Flash, then you saw Lord Hanuman & you get more excited." Another user playfully suggested a crossover, joking, "Also, there was Hanuman's poster in Flash's room, I thought the theater was going to transition into 'Adipurush'."
Directed by Andy Muschietti, 'The Flash' draws inspiration from DC Comics. Alongside the central character played by Ezra Miller, the film also features Michael Keaton as Batman and Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne/Batman. Sasha Calle portrays Supergirl in this time-traveling adventure.