Bihar | Jagran Entertainment Desk: The Bihar government on Monday announced that Hrithik Roshan-starrer Super 30, based on the life of Patna-based Mathematics teacher Anand Kumar, will be tax-free in the state from Tuesday.

Now, people of Bihar can see the movie at cheaper ticket rates in theaters. This film is based on the life of mathematician Anand Kumar who has taught IIT-JEE students for free in Bihar.

Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar Sushil Kumar Modi informed about Super 30 being made tax free. The announcement came a few days after Sushil Modi had gone to a city theatre along with his wife to watch Super 30 on the very day of its release and lavished praise on the biopic, which has been directed by National Award winner Vikas Bahl.

After this, the mathematics teacher and the inspiration of the film Anand Kumar, himself wrote on Twitter: "Thank you to CM Nitish Kumar and deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi for making super-30 tax free. This will help more people see the film”.

On Anand's tweet, Hrithik Roshan playing the role of Anand Kumar wrote, 'It is amazing Anand Sir, Thanks to CM Nitish Kumar and Deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi for this’.

Hrithik has played Anand Kumar's character in the film. In addition to Hrithik, actors like Mrinal Thakur, Pankaj Tripathi, and Aditya Shrivastav are also among the important characters.

People are very much liking the film and it continues to perform well at the box office. It has already exceeded the figure of Rs 50 crore on its third day on the weekend and its business has been growing continuously since the day of release.

According to the report of the box office, the film had a business of Rs 11.75 crore on its opening day and the next day it saw a 50 percent increase in its business. It had a business worth of 18 crores on Saturday. On Sunday, the film's business grew even more and it made a turnover of Rs 20.50 crore. Thus, 'Super 30' has so far done business worth 50.25 crores.

 

Super 30 is getting rave reviews for the performance of Hrithik Roshan, who appears wearing a dark tan and a rugged beard and speaks in typical Bihari accent in order to resemble Anand Kumar.
Kumar runs a successful coaching institute where talented youths from underprivileged backgrounds are provided free of cost tuition for the coveted Joint Entrance Examinations (JEE).
The charitable venture claims to have churned out hundreds of successful IIT aspirants since it was established nearly two decades ago.

Posted By: Talib Khan