Since his powers were bound in childhood, Hanuman now lives as a simple vaanar warrior serving King Sugreev, until an encounter with two human princes sets him on a new path.
Hanuman takes Ram and Lakshman to meet the exiled vaanar king. Sugreev has doubts about the humans and suspects they might be agents of his brother, Vaali.
Sugreev accepts Ram's help and journeys with Hanuman to Kishkindha to win back his kingdom and his beloved wife, Ruma. But first he must face his brother, the tyrant Vaali.
Lost in celebration of his victory over Vaali, Sugreev faces the consequences of being an oathbreaker. Meanwhile, Prince Angad struggles with the death of his father.
As Hanuman begins his search for Sita, Angad encounters the peaceful spirits of the forest and learns of the darkness that hunts them
While Angad and Hanuman must learn to work together, a dark force from Ram's past sets its eyes upon the vaanars to stop their quest.
Hanuman and the group are taken to the kingdom of Yakshas where they find themselves trapped by dark vines and a vengeful king.
As Angad descends further into darkness, Hanuman faces the evil forces within the vines. At the same time, Jambhvan must show his strength to save his friends.
To save Angad, the group must enter the mysterious cave of Rikshabila, a place of danger, deception and death.
Hanuman's team faces a devastating revelation that challenges their loyalties. Later, they encounter the strange Vaalakhilya and learn of their curse.
Sampati, the elder brother of the great Jatayu, rises from his slumber. But is the anguished creature friend or foe?
Hanuman hears voices in the wind and wonders if something is wrong. That is when Jambhvan helps him confront memories of a life forgotten.
Hanuman learns the truth about himself as Vayu reveals to him what it means to be a divine hero and an immortal.