Hrithik Roshan starrer Super 30 continues its magic at the box office on its way on minting more than 140 crores. The actor had gotten into the skin of his character of Anand Kumar and aced as a Bihari mathematician. Hrithik along with Nandish Sandhu showcased the pure relationship of brotherhood they shared on screen. Giving us the glimpses from the film Hrithik shared one such video.
In the video, Hrithik is trying to hold a laugh as he poses for the picture and along with him is Nandish Sandhu, supporting his brother in all his deeds and having his back. The actor took to his social media and shared, "Pehli baar photo khichwane jao, toh kripya apne bhai ko sath na leke jaiyega!" Hrithik, who appears in a completely de-glam avatar in the film, has totally nailed the regional accent and the raw and rugged look.
The actor has brought the story of Patna-based mathematician and founder of the Super 30 educational programme, Anand, to the big screen. Under the `Super 30` initiative, Anand trained Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) aspirants crack the entrance exam to the prestigious institute. Climbing it’s way to glory and eminence, Super 30 becomes the first Bollywood movie to get tax-free in eight states. Starting off with Bihar, now Super 30 is tax-free in the states of Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Delhi, Jammu & Kashmir, and most recently, Haryana.
The buzz created by Super 30 is surely massive and its a moment of pride and celebration for the officials of the country, teachers, bureaucrats and all the segments of the society for the story of the triumph of spirit has been on a winning streak. The movie was released on 12 July, and is still running successfully being a massive, garnering praise and love from all around the world and maintaining a stronghold over the box office with an upward growth in numbers, praises and everything!
Image source: Instagram/ Nandish Sandhu
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