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“ Super 30” is a biopic on Anand Kumar, mathematician and his educational program named Super 30. Hrithik Roshan, Mrunal Thakur, Virendra Saxena, Nandhish Singh, Pankaj Tripathi, Johnny Lever, Aditya Shrivastava, Amit Sadh, Ali Haji and Karishma Sharma are in the star cast in the film directed by Vikas Bahl. Ajay-Atul composed the music. Phantom Films, Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment and Reliance Entertainment produced the film which is scripted by Sanjeev Dutta. Anay Goswamy cranked the camera and Sreekar Prasad edited the film.
Anand is the son of a postman. With his brilliance, he gets a seat at Cambridge University. But, he is unable to pay the fees and that breaks up his heart. Soon, Lallanji calls him to become a Maths teacher for his IIT training institute. Anand wants to teach the students and help them get a seat in IIT. Although he faces a lot of opposition, he manages it with his will power and continues his job. He formulates Super 30, a coaching program for the right students, who are underprivileged. His aim is to make his students get placed in the top institutions.
Hrithik is superb with his performance. His emotions are fantastic and pull the audience. Although Mrunal appears for minimum screen time, she plays the given character extraordinarily. Aditya Shrivastava, Pankaj Tripathi and Nandhish did a perfect job.
Although it is a biopic, the screenplay plays an important role. The star selection is also vital for a biopic and the film has got both of them right, which is a big plus point. Hrithik is a good selection. Though his gym physique didn’t suit a teacher, his expressions are flawless and enough to attract the audience. The cinematography is excellent. There are some mistakes here and there in the narration. But, it looks good, overall. BGM is good. The editing is crisp. The film showcases how a teacher should be.
What’s Not There?
The film is a good attempt that motivates the teachers and impresses the students. It is definitely a one-time watch with the family!
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