Hrithik Roshan is leaving no stone unturned while preparing for his upcoming film ‘Super 30’, a biopic based on the life of mathematician and teacher Anand Kumar. Reportedly the makers of the film had planned on roping in acclaimed actor Pankaj Tripathi to help Roshan perfect the local accent. However, that didn’t pan out.
“Pankaj sir had met Hrithik with director Vikas Bahl and was supposed to guide the actor on how to perfect his Bhojpuri accent. But, he has had to back out because his own acting assignments are keeping him busy. Now, Hrithik is being trained by a regular language coach.’’, a source told DNA. Tripathi has ‘Batti Gul Meter Chalu’, ‘Drive’, ‘Kaala’, ‘Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain’ and ‘Yours Truly’ all slated for a 2018 release.
‘Super 30’ follows the journey of Kumar establishing Super 30 – an educational program that helps lower income students prepare for IIT entrance exams. The film will be in theatres on 23rd November, 2018.