Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan who will be seen playing a math teacher in his next, took time to cheer for the CBSE board.
The ongoing CBSE exams had their Math exam scheduled for today and the paper proved to be a sigh of relief for students. Hrithik took this opportunity to cheer the students on writing a comparatively easy Math paper.
While congratulating students, the actor also shared insights into his childhood where he was afraid of the subject.
The actor further shared that it was ironic that currently, his profession has him having a good time play a Math teacher, the subject that Hrithik feared as a student.
Hrithik tweeted, "I hear that today's maths paper in cbse 12th exam was easier than earlier years. Three cheers to the board for this. Maths was probably the most feared subject from my student life! Ironically currently I am having a fun time playing a maths teacher."
The actor will be seen slipping into the shoes of Math Teacher Anand Kumar for his biopic Super 30. This would be the first time that the actor will be seen playing a teacher onscreen.
Recently the first look of Super 30 was unveiled, which showcased Hrithik in a never seen before avatar donning a tanned look with a stubble. The look comes in stark contrast to Hrithik's earlier onscreen character's which had him looking Greek Godly with chiseled muscles or the emotionally empowering characters.
Hrithik who had been shooting in real locations of Ganga Ghat in Benaras and the streets of Sambhar in Rajasthan has been attracting students from around town to witness his teacher avatar.
'Super 30' is one of the most anticipated films of 2019 as the film proves to be Hrithik's first biopic. Helmed by Vikas Bahl, co-produced by Reliance Entertainment and Sajid Nadiadwala's NGE Productions, 'Super 30' is slated to release on January 25, 2019.