Super 30’s Anand Kumar suffering from brain tumour

Lawrence Kim
July 12, 2019

According to Anand Kumar, Super 30 will bring prestige to Bihar.

Box office prediction: Hrithik Roshan's Super 30 has been in discussion on social media because of its inspiring plot.

Hrithik's ailing father and veteran filmmaker Rakesh Roshan was also present at the screening which saw many B-Towners in attendance. The actor, who has delivered some brilliant performances over the past decade, was last seen in Kaabil.

Though there were several releases after that, none of the movies could live up to the expectations though "Bang Bang" in 2014 had a decent run at the box-office.

The wait is finally over as Hrithik Roshan returns to the silver screen after two years with his next - Super 30.

Patna-based educationist and founder of the "Super 30" programme Anand Kumar recently revealed that he is suffering from brain tumour. The name of the movie comes from the widely circulated reports that out of the 30 students Kumar prepares for the IIT-JEE entrance, all or nearly all of the 30 students successfully crack the engineering entrance examinations. The film is set to hit the theatres tomorrow (July 12, 2019), but the makers hosted a screening for their close friends and families, last night. Super 30 box office collection is likely to touch double-digit on its opening day - almost Rs 12-15 crore as per reports. The trailer struck a chord with the audience and the critics reviews are in the favour of Super 30.

In January this year, Rakesh Roshan underwent a throat surgery after being diagnosed with early stages of cancer. He is a huge star and his fans have been eagerly waiting for the film. It has set the film beautifully. The curiosity among moviegoers is good. "All in all, it's poised to take a good start", Johar told Spotboye in a report.

Johar added that Super 30's first-day box office collection could impact depending on the word-of-mouth. No vanity All soul this one! "Any n every award is too less for You (sic)".

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