Hrithik Roshan starrer Super 30 is riding high on its success and is running successfully in theatres- not just across the cities within our country, but also worldwide where the movie has crossed the massive 100 crores mark at the box office. As Super 30 fever grips the nation, needless to say, fans are going berserk over their favourite superstar and are going out of their way to promote the film. As the film tackles an issue which hits almost the most neglected pockets of our country, fans from smaller towns are coming ahead and celebrating the film in its full glory as it goes ahead to achieve what it set out to do which was to highlight the importance of education.
As seen across various platforms of media, the fans are holding special cake cutting ceremonies, having the Super 30 posters imprinted on huge cakes, getting gigantic sized posters of Hrithik Roshan as Anand Kumar made and put up in small town theatres. Fans are holding special screenings, group of teachers are going to see the film together, and audience all over are getting Super 30 tee shirts printed and shouting Super 30 with great gusto, as they come out of theatres and celebrate the success of Super 30 in the humblest yet the most beautiful gesture.
Adding to that celebration, we can also see people of different nationalities, across African, Asian and Europian countries wearing Super 30 tee shirts and getting clicked, after enjoying the film, marking the significance of the subject that Super 30 sends across. Education is important to one and all and not having the basic access to it for the underprivileged sections of the society world over, especially third world countries and not just India in specific, is a terrible feat where Super 30 emerges as a story of the triumph of the spirit.
The movie has proved to be an inspiration and adding on to the massive hit, the governments of the states of Rajasthan, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh have announced it as a tax-free movie. Super 30 unfolds the life of Bihar-based mathematician Anand Kumar, who trains a batch of 30 students 'Super 30' for the coveted Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT) entrance exam every year.
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