Hrithik Roshan's Super 30 In Trouble: IIT Guwahati Students File Fresh PIL To Stall Release

Eight months after Guwahati High Court issued a notice to mathematician Anand Kumar, a few IIT Guwahati are planning file a fresh PIL and might seek a stay on Hrithik Roshan starrer Super 30

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Hrithik Roshan's Super 30 In Trouble: IIT Guwahati Students File Fresh PIL To Stall Release
The makers of Hrithik Roshan’s Super 30 released the trailer of the film, a few days back. Since its announcement, the film has been making headlines for various reasons. After different controversies, the film has yet again managed to grabbed headlines. A few months back, four Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Guwahati students had filed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL). Now, eight months after Guwahati High Court issued a notice to mathematician Anand Kumar to respond to the (PIL), the IIT Guwahati students may file a fresh complaint to seek a stay on Hrithik Roshan’s Super 30.

According to a report in Mid-day, “Kumar, whose life has inspired the making of the Hrithik Roshan- starrer, has apparently not responded to the PIL. The students — Avinash Baro, Bikash Das, Monjit Doley and Dhaniram Taw — question how a film celebrating his life can hit screens in the wake of the case. Amit Goyal, legal counsel of the students tells mid-day that while they aren't "fully aware" of the facts represented in the film, the promotional teaser is sufficient to indicate that Kumar is being celebrated.”


The legal counsel of students told Mid-day, “The film seems inauthentic. We never sought to damage the film, but [Kumar] has a court case against him. His reply [to the PIL] doesn't [address] the allegations completely. He is yet to reveal the names to the court. In such a scenario, this movie can send out an incorrect message.”



Reportedly, “The 4 IIT students wanted him to reveal the name of the students who got into IITs after joining his batch. Also, the CBFC giving the film a clean chit is bothering the students and hence, they might seek a stay on the release of the film. The IIT students have also claimed that Kumar’s statement of getting more students into IITs was false and that they were acting as a catalyst to get him more students to enlist in his batch. When any student wanted admission in the batch, he was fisrt asked to take admission in Ramanujan School of Mathematics (Anand's Institute) where the student had to pay excessive fees of Rs 33,000,” reports TOI.


Image Source:- IMDb, Instagram/super30film
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