Super 30 Movie Review
Director– Vikas Bahl
Star cast – Hrithik Roshan, Mrunal Thakur, Virendra Saxena, Pankaj Tripathi, and Aditya Shrivastava
Producer – Anurag Kashyap and Sajid Nadiadwala
Production Studios – Phantom Films, Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment, HRX Films
and Reliance Entertainment
Writer – Sanjeev Dutta
Music – Ajay−Atul
Cinematography – Anay Goswamy
Running time – 155 minutes
Rating – 3.5/5 Stars
Super 30 Plot :
The film is based on the life of a Mathematics genius – Anand Kumar who is based in Patna. He has led an inspiring life from nobody to reaching Cambridge University to pursue his higher studies. However, personal tragedies prevented him to move abroad for studies and finally had to work as a tuition teacher for his survival. However, he always aspired to do something for the underprivileged students and thus formed his Super 30 Program to help them crack tough entrance exams like IIT JEE. He was able to dodge many of the obstacles coming in his way to get rid of the same, how does that is interesting to catch in the nearby cinema.
Super 30 Review
Writing a biopic is often a tricky affair, as there are many fictional sequences that are added in the movie just to add the entertainment value of it. Hence some glitches are seen in Super 30 as well similar to the earlier biopics like PadMan, Sui Dhaaga, MS Dhoni and so on. Yet with a powerful performance by Hrithik Roshan, things have come under control. The music also has supported the show by Ajay-Atul the talented music duo director.
Talking about the star performances, as said full marks to Hrithik Roshan for his incredible performance except for the fact that he seemed lagging behind in picking up the local language the way it should have been added in the film. He has mastered in his look and feel of the character but somewhere failed with dialect fluctuation. Nandish Singh while playing Anand’s brother also had a decent performance with his sensible screen presence. Pankaj Tripathi though had a small role but it will be a memorable one for us. Aditya Shrivastava also has done justice to his character. The kids in the film also had a good role to play, they were groomed well to face the camera with apt dialogue delivery. Vijay Varma in a cameo seems good with his high emotional quotient while Mrunal Thakur’s chemistry with Hrithik while playing the leading lady had limited but okay performance.
Vikas Bahl was good in his direction but it seems that with average art direction, he has missed several points to score. Ajay-Atul with their music had their good role in giving the best background music, however, in some songs, some glitches were felt. The other elements like editing, screenplay, and photography seemed good.
Super 30 -The Last Word
With all said & done, the makers have certainly put the heart at its right place with this film. Hrithik’s incredible performance has added enough star and entertainment value to catch this film this weekend. Three and a half stars!