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Super 30 movie review : Hrithik Roshan seems highlight in an otherwise dull movie

The real Anand Kumar story officially makes a way to reach hearts through the reel, the much-awaited movie of 2019 “Super 30” had hit the theaters.

The movie starts on a note where the former students of Anand Kumar remember him for his unselfish and noble contribution in their life then the narrative takes us in a flashback.

The young Anand Kumar, who is brilliant with his tricks to play with subject maths is fortunate enough to get admission to Cambridge University, but the circumstances did not favor him to go there, lack of financial resources act as a hurdle in his way.

He came across many odds in his life from not able to make in Cambridge to the sudden demise of his father took the family into utter troubles.

The things finally start to fall into place, when he gets an offer from a coaching center by Lallan Singh (Aditya Srivastava), who needs him on board as an educator.

However Anand did not stand up for the same for long when he understands that there are numerous Anand Kumars out there who are compelled to abandon their fantasies due to devastating conditions, he chooses to surrender the great life and open a free training community for such meriting yet poor understudies.

The story is a sheer representation of the personal and professional life of Anand Kumar, which stands as a true motivation.

Hrithik Roshan who is reprising the real Anand Kumar, come up to our expectations, breaking the barriers of doubt. He stood outshining in the role and imbibes the soul so well that he looks exact replica.

Mrunal Thakur who is playing the pivotal role does not share much space in the whole plot whereas Pankaj Tripathi outcast his role as a politician.

The 154 minutes long movie is a great source of inspiration to all those who have the urge to achieve something, and just need a push in the right direction. The story is evident to highlight the barriers between rich and poor.

The plot is well constructed by Director Vikas Bahl his Super 30 is the best thing since sliced bread.

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