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Vikas Bahl Gets Clean Chit Against #MeToo Allegations

Ganesh Jain

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The upcoming film of Hrithik Roshan – Super 30 has been in soup and there seemed to delay in the release of the film. The major problem was its director Vikash Bahl who was the victim of the #MeToo allegations on him along with the clash of Kangana Ranaut film. But now things are clear as the director has been given clean chit on the sexual allegations he had with his name. The moment the allegation was hurled on him, he was sacked from the director’s chair.

The makers even decided to release the film without giving the due credit to the filmmaker. However, the internal inquiry carried out on this issue has finally found nothing against the allegation allowing him to get the clean chit on it. The makers- Reliance and Phantom films are the production partners of the film and they carried out the inquiry and found nothing against the director allowing them to give the credit as the director of the movie.

The reports were first published in a local newspaper informing that both the parties would be interviewed on separate occasions to find out the truth. The internal reports are out clearing the name of the director. With this, the cast and crew of the film have got a big relief as they could now finally see the director getting the lost credit.

The film Super 30 deals is a film inspired by a real-time math wizard called Anand Kumar who teaches a bunch of 30 talented students from economically backward sections to crack the tough exams like JEE. He hails from Bihar and he has the track record of giving the maximum number of results for the JEE and other exams. The film finally hits the screen on 12th July.

Is a Senior Content writer and have been into the content domain from more than a decade. He has dealt with diverse areas in content writing, and writing has been his passion. He has been associated with CT since past five years being ardent Bollywood fans that enable him to produce quality articles.

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