"Utho, padho, ladho, badho aur haqdaar bano!" - This is the mantra that every school student should follow and believe. Today, the trailer of Super 30 has dropped in and we're pretty intrigued by the trailer. Hrithik Roshan, who is playing a math wizard Anand Kumar in Super 30, is a kind of teacher we wished we had in our school. He is spunky, fun and always enthusiastic to teach his students. Mind you, Super 30 school is no ordinary school.
In the trailer, Hrithik aka Anand Kumar is a teacher who pledges to teach the underprivileged students to make their life a better one. From his accent to his look as a teacher, Hrithik looks pretty convincing in the trailer. The actor did a remarkable job as a teacher. #Super30 is based on the remarkable true-life story of India’s genius mathematician Anand Kumar who was born into a very poor family in the Indian state of Bihar.
It is an inspirational story of his struggle and achievement, and how one man makes a difference in the lives of underprivileged students. Watch the trailer here:
To increase the excitement, Hrithik even shared a still from his film on his Instagram, captioning, "Kya banna chahte ho? Rikki ya Bholu? Super 30 ke vidhyalay mein shaamil hone ke liye taiyaar ho? Milte hain ek baje. #Super30Trailer out today at 1 PM" He even shared a small teaser video and wrote, "Utho, padho, ladho, badho aur haqdaar bano! #Super30Trailer out at 1 PM."
After getting a clean chit in #MeToo allegations, According to the Mumbai Mirror report, Vikas Bahl's name makes it to the new poster of Super 30. The clean chit will enable Bahl to return to Super 30 and his name will be incorporated in the credits when the film’s trailer will be released.
The film also stars Mrunal Thakur, Nandish Singh, Amit Sadh and Pankaj Tripathi in the lead roles. Super 30 is scheduled to hit the theatres on July 12, 2019.
Image source: YouTube/ Screenshot/ Super 30 Trailer
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