Hrithik Roshan starrer Super 30, which is based on the life of mathematician Anand Kumar, the founder of the Super 30 programme, has been declared tax-free by the Bihar government. The Patna-based educationist feels the move will help more people to watch the film. Super 30 addresses and acknowledges the importance of teachers in the building and strengthening of society. Anand, who had launched the Super 30 programme for underprivileged IIT-JEE aspirants, shared the news on social media on Monday.
The movie collected over Rs 50 crore at the box-office within three days of its release on July 12. While Hrithik is being lauded for playing the real-life mathematician Anand Kumar’s role in the film, his co-stars Mrunal Thakur, Pankaj Tripathi, Nandish Sandhu and Amit Srivastava are also being praised for their performances. A special screening of the movie got him a standing ovation by his celebrities present at the screening.
"Thanks a lot to CM Nitish Kumarji and Deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modiji making 'Super 30' tax-free. It will help more and more people see the film @iHrithik @RelianceEnt @NGEMovies @Shibasishsarkar #super30," Anand tweeted.
Thanks a lot to CM Nitish Kumar ji and Deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi ji making ‘Super 30’ tax free. It will help more and more people see the film@iHrithik @RelianceEnt @NGEMovies @Shibasishsarkar #super30 pic.twitter.com/z9qmHUMdOW— Anand Kumar (@teacheranand) July 15, 2019
A highly overwhelmed Hrithik replied to Anand Kumar’s tweet and thanked CM Nitish Kumar and Deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi.
Super 30 had fallen prey to online piracy portal TamilRockers just three days after its release. Next in pipeline for Mr Roshan is Yash Raj Films’ action thriller titled War starring Tiger Shroff and Vaani Kapoor in it. Yesterday, the teaser was unveiled and Hrithik-Tiger’s action-packed avatars met with immense praises.
Image Source: Twitter/HrithikRoshan
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