Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan's much-anticipated venture 'Super 30' gets a new release date. The actor on Saturday, January 12, took to Twitter and announced that the release date of the film has been pushed back by 6 months. The film which was initially scheduled to release January 30, will now release on July 26, 2019. In a Twitter post, he wrote, "Happy to announce that #Super30 is headed for release on July 26, 2019. बहुत जल्द समय बदलने वाला है! @RelianceEnt @NGEMovies @mrunal0801 @TheAmitSadh @nandishsandhu @super30film"
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'Super 30' has been the talk of the town ever since Hrithik's look in the film was released on social media. The actor's rugged look with his stubble and unkempt hair has been garnering immense interest among his fans. The first poster of ‘Super 30’ was dropped on social media on the occasion of Teacher’s Day. Hrithik took to social media to share the poster of ‘Super 30’ and wrote, “वक़्त बदलने वाला है, Welcome to Super 30.”
Rumours were rife that the film will now be treated not as a biopic but as a common man’s rise against all odds. However, these rumours have been put to rest now with the poster of the film openly shouting out, "Inspired by the life of Anand Kumar and his students.”
The film was recently dragged into controversy after Anand Kumar was accused of deceit and director Vikas Bhal has been accused of sexual harassment on the wake of the Bollywood #MeToo movement.
'Super 30' which was slated for a January 25, 2019 release was about to clash with Kangana Ranaut's 'Manikarnika: The Queen Of Jhansi' which is all set to release on the same date. Reports earlier suggested that the makers of 'Super 30' will move the film's release date in order to avert a clash with the Kangana Ranaut starrer. However, there is no confirmation yet to why the release date of the film was postponed.