Super 30 Box Office Morning Occupancy Day 1: Hrithik Roshan’s Super 30 has finally arrived in the cinemas across the country and it’s one of the much-anticipated releases amongst the movie buffs as the actor is coming back on the big screens after a gap of more than 2 years. Expectedly, the movie has taken a decent start all over the country.
Capitalizing on good pre-release buzz and positive response to the trailer, Super 30 has taken a good start on its opening day. The movie has opened with an occupancy of around 25-30% in the morning shows all over the country. Considering its a normal Friday release, the movie is expected to gather momentum towards the evening and night shows with the positive critical acclaim acting as a plus.
Directed by Vikas Bahl, Super 30 is based on the life of Indian Educationalist and Mathematician Anand Kumar, who provides free coaching to underprivileged students for IIT-JEE entrance examinations.
The film chronicles Anand Kumar’s incredible life, starting at a very young age, and his battle against India’s flawed and corrupt education system. A brilliant student, Anand Kumar, used to regularly travel six hours by train from Patna to Varanasi, to access study materials not available in his hometown.
In 1994, at the age of 21, Kumar secured admission to the prestigious University of Cambridge, but could not make it because he did not have the funds to travel to the UK. After his father’s death, despite being a brilliant mathematician, Anand was compelled to sell “papad” on the streets to make ends meet.