In Super 30 Trailer Not All Superheroes Wear Capes

I’ll have to admit we don’t usually cover Indian cinema until today. Reliance Entertainment have sent us the Trailer for Super 30 starring Hrithik Roshan .

The film is based on the remarkable true life story of India’s genius mathematician Anand Kumar. Born into a poor family, one man makes a difference in the lives of underprivileged students. Developing the ‘Super 30’ programme helping those less privileged a chance pf a proper education… Not all superheroes wear capes.

On a recent visit to China for the release of his movie ‘Kaabil’, Hrithik expressed, “Super 30 is something that talks about the power and the value of education and teachers. And, I think that is another place where I think there is a similarity between China and India as both these countries give a lot of respect to teachers. The teachers form the top of the societal chain in both these worlds.


#Super30 is based on the remarkable true life story of India’s genius mathematician Anand Kumar who was born into a very poor family in the Indian state of Bihar. Anand inducts 30 highly underprivileged but academically bright students into his ‘Super 30’ programme every year and coaches them free of cost in an efficiently designed course students to help them crack India’s toughest entrance examination of Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs).

The film captures the trials and tribulations of Anand’s life and the challenges he faced in order to set up his ‘Super 30’ institute. It is an inspirational story of his struggle and achievement, and how one man makes a difference in the lives of underprivileged students.

Co-starring Mrunal Thakur, Virendra Saxena and Pankaj Tripathi.

Super 30 will be released in the UK, Ireland and The USA in select cinemas from 12th July.

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