Hrithik Roshan’s Super 30 Based On Anand Kumar, A Work Of Fiction?
Just before Hrithik Roshan was to begin work on the Anand Kumar biopic titled Super 30, there are a few facts that will shock you about the project. Super 30 which was to go on floors soon is reportedly on the life of Mathematician Anand Kumar who started the Super 30 programme to train 30 bright unprivileged kids from Bihar for the IIT entrance test. But according to latest reports in DNA, Anand Kumar is lying that Super 30 as a concept is his own. Isn’t this shocking? (ALSO READ: Kumkum Bhagya’s Mrunal Thakur To Romance Hrithik Roshan In Super 30? )
According to a report in DNA, “There’s no mention of Abhayanand in the film. Anand wants to portray himself as the sole founder of Super 30. In fact, there was also a meeting with Hrithik before he signed the film but apparently, nothing about Abhayanand or his contribution was discussed.” The much talked about man Abhayanand is the co-founder of the Super 30 concept along with Anand Kumar. While talking to the daily, he said, “I would term Hrithik’s film a work of fiction. If the main ingredients of your story are missing and far away from the truth, how is it a biopic? How can you ignore facts and make a film? The makers have based it on a biography by Anand. He hasn’t mentioned me there, which is why they think I don’t exist in the picture.” (ALSO READ: Anand Kumar Gives A Shout Out To The Team Of Hrithik Roshan’s Super 30 )
Abhayanand has an advice for Hrithik who is doing the film. He said, “The actor should find out the truth himself. He should go incognito or send his team to Patna and find out the facts from locals.” Anand Kumar and Abhayanand fell out back in 2008. The two were presented with the Real Heroes Award. At this point, the organisers presented the two with a trophy and a cheque amounting to Rs 5 lakh. Abhayanand had refused to take this. But later he found that Anand Kumar accepted if, that’s when former asked his name to be removed from the trophy. Things turned sour between the two co-founders because Super 30 wasn’t supposed to be a means to make or accept money and donation in any form.