As we all know that Super 30 is on a huge bankroll with a commendable box office collection with each passing day, to put a cherry on the cake the movie is already tax free in five states, which is a matter of pride for the makers of Super 30, as their hard work would be seen by the larger and distant audiences.
After meeting the Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Ashok Gehlot, Anand Kumar was grateful to him for making ‘Super 30‘ tax-free in the state.
Anand Kumar took to his Twitter handle to express his gratitude to the CM of Rajasthan. He shared, “Hon’ble Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot ji @ashokgehlot51, I shall ever be obliged to you for not only making #Super30 film tax-free but also giving a lot of support and respect. It was indeed an honour to be with you.”
Even Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot shared, “#Super30 founder Sh. Anand Kumar and his younger brother Sh. Pranav Kumar met at CMO today evening. I appreciate Sh. Kumar’s determination in giving the belief to students that dreams can come true despite all odds.”
The makers of Super 30 definitely deserve the mass recognition across the country from its industry peers to Chief Ministers and Vice President and lastly, the fans, as it speaks volumes about the inspirational story of Indian Mathematician Anand Kumar whose role has been reprised by the Hrithik Roshan with perfection.
The actor has delivered a stellar performance with his impactful dialogues backed with the soulful characterisation of Anand Kumar. The film’s remarkable content is an inspiration for students to work hard in their lives to come out with flying colours and flourish with a successful career.
Hrithik Roshan is basking in the glory of Super 30 as the film is doing great on the Box Office not only this but the film has become tax-free in the major states of India which adds more accolades to their name.
The movie was released on 12 July, and is still running successfully being a massive hit and has crossed the bracket of 100 crore club, garnering praise and love from all around the world.