FilmyByte

Celebs

New ‘Super 30’ Poster Shows the ‘Papad Selling’ Phase of Anand Kumar’s Life

With Super 30’s New Poster: Hrithik Gives His Fans A Glimpse Into The Struggles Of Anand Kumar's Life!

HRK created a huge buzz by lending his voice to the song, ‘Question Mark’ from his most anticipated upcoming movie: Super 30. By posing in this poster he is getting a place in our hearts by being all smiles during his travel on train top immersed in his own thoughts.

The glimpse also reveals to us all the struggles of Anand Kumar’s life which Hrithik pens down in his caption. Hrithik also Instagrammed a post about the same and captioned it with the words,

“Anand Kumar would travel every week for six hours by train with no money just to access the library at BHU into which he used to sneak in because outside students weren’t allowed. Only so he could access the foreign journals which they stocked… It is sneaking into BHU bit that got me 😜 #Super30 #July12th”.

See the poster below for yourself:

With Super 30’s New Poster: Hrithik Gives His Fans A Glimpse Into The Struggles Of Anand Kumar's Life!

With Super 30’s New Poster: Hrithik Gives His Fans A Glimpse Into The Struggles Of Anand Kumar’s Life!

At the very same moment, Asia’s sexiest man shows his gratitude towards Anand Kumar for his life’s struggles that lead him to success and made him a well-read man. This gratitude of HRK won over his fans’ hearts and has earned him praises from his fans for his humble gesture.

As per his role in the movie, Hrithik will be reprising the role of a Mathematician, Anand Kumar who trains students for IIT-JEE in Bihar. With Mrinal Thakur as his leading lady.

Talking about the movie in an interview, Hrithik said “When I heard the script for the first time, it was a beautiful experience for me. I was extremely touched by it and it took me into a different world. Right from the first dialogue of Anand (Kumar; the protagonist), I could see myself doing the film and saying those lines. That character on paper was an extension of myself. I could see him in my head.

All that was left now was to manifest that vision physically. And that became quite easy, actually. As for feeling anxious about how the film will be received, that is something every person involved in the filmmaking process will go through, even for their 100th film. But I’m also very excited, as with Super 30, I have stepped into a new territory, essaying a real-life character from India’s heartland.”

Super 30 is arriving in your nearby theaters on coming 12th.

To Top