Hrithik Roshan’s much talked about latest film ‘Super 30’ has been plagued with issues after it was delayed three times from its original January 2019 date.
According to Mid-Day, the troubles don’t stop there as the film is facing fresh legal threats, which could delay the film further. The report says that IIT students Avinash Baro, Bikash Das, Monjit Doley and Dhaniram Taw, questioned how the mathematician Anand Kumar, who has a case on him, can be glorified in a movie.
Amit Goyal, legal counsel of the students told the daily, “[The film] seems inauthentic. We never sought to damage the film, but [Kumar] has a court case against him. His reply [to the PIL] doesn’t [address] the allegations completely.”
Goyal added, “He (Anand Kumar) is yet to reveal the names to the court. In such a scenario, this movie can send out an incorrect message.”
The makers of the film have not yet commented. ‘Super 30’ is scheduled for release on 12th July 2019.