Hrithik Roshan’s ‘Super 30’ may move forward towards completion without a director after Vikas Bahl’s controversial exit.
Rumors suggested that Kabir Khan may step in as a replacement to Bahl, but a source told Asian Age this is not the case. “When a film is edit locked, there are no changes. Only the sound mixing needs to be done after the background music is added. So, the film is ready with its final runtime. Vikas Bahl and the writer Sanjiv Dutta had given a vision to the film which is now locked. Hence there is no question of the director being changed. Also, Kabir Khan is busy with ’83 to take on any other work. Forget Kabir, the film does not need the director’s work anymore. So Vikas’ name will stay on the film as a director as he had already completed his work.”
‘Super 30’ is still on track for its release on 25th January.