Hrithik’s Super 30 undergoes certain cuts by Censor Board
Be it Tollywood, Bollywood or any other industry, the censor board will all was brace themselves up to axe the scenes which tends to be obligatory by community guidelines. Hrithik’s latest movie, 'Super 30' that promotes high standard education to poor people by subject is no exemption to this.
The CBFC has made four modification to Hrithik Roshan’s upcoming film Super 30. The Censor Board has removed two shots from the song 'Paisa' in Hrithik Roshan starrer 'Super 30', including a shot of a politician touching a dancer. These have been replaced with regular dancing shots. Besides this, the words 'Ramayan mein' were replaced with 'Raj Puran mein' in a particular dialogue of the film, which has been granted a U-certificate.
A 10-second Hindi disclaimer has been added, along with an anti-liquor disclaimer. The movie, which is 154 minutes long, is based on the life of mathematician Anand Kumar who launched the Super 30 programme in Patna in 2002, which prepares underprivileged students for IIT-JEE, the entrance examination for the Indian Institutes of Technology.
The film is slated to release this Friday and Hrithik rested all his hopes on this movie as he hasn’t had a great time in the recent past.