Because of a pretty normal buzz, the movie started with 11.83 crores but it jumped high over the weekend. Collecting a little over 50 crores in its first 3 days, Super 30 managed to hold its fort through the weekdays.
It bagged in 6.92 crores on its day 4 and collected in the same range on its day 5 (6.39 crores). This was a good hold considering viewers still have options in Kabir Singh, Article 15 and Spider-Man: Far From Home. It has collected in a similar range of 6-6.50 crores on its day 6 which is a positive sign.
Super 30 will face tough competition from The Lion King from tomorrow, but there are no notable Hindi releases which is a sigh of relief. It will be interesting to see how it’ll hold during its second weekend.
The movie which is based on the life of Anand Kumar, the founder of the Super 30 programme, has been made tax-free by the Bihar government. The Patna-based educationist feels the move will help more people to watch the film.
Super 30 addresses and acknowledges the importance of teachers in the building and strengthening of society. Anand, who had launched the Super 30 programme for underprivileged IIT-JEE aspirants, shared the news on social media on Monday. “Thanks a lot to CM Nitish Kumarji and Deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modiji making ‘Super 30’ tax-free. It will help more and more people see the film @iHrithik @RelianceEnt @NGEMovies @Shibasishsarkar #super30,” Anand tweeted.