Hrithik Roshan's 'Super 30' is in the making and helmed by Vikas Bahl it is based on the life of mathematician Anand Kumar and his educational program Super 30 that educates thirty talented economically weak IIT students from small town. The 'Kaabil' star was seen selling papad on the streets of Jaipur and that's what the scene of the film might have demanded.
Hrithik in an un-recognizable avatar. He is sporting an old checkered shirt and a grey pant and gamcha. He is sitting on a cycle with his shabby hair and nerdy little look and also has a bucket of papad behind him. His first look has already caught our eye and increases our curiosity towards the film.
Anand Kumar on whom the film is based is quite confident that Hrithik is the best choice to play him. On this, he said, "I am happy that Hrithik will play me because he is the best choice for the role. His dedication towards his work and the kind of versatility he exhibits as an actor is very inspiring. Being a rooted and passionate person myself, I feel that he will bring an emotional depth to my life on screen. I am excited to see Hrithik as Anand Kumar essaying my emotional journey. I totally trust Vikas with my story and I am confident that he will make a sensible and heartfelt film about me and what I strive to do."
'Super 30' is slated to release on January 26, 2019.