Those children who are suffering from poor and poverty-stricken people living around dung, mud and gutter can not even dream that they will be able to lead a good life by being successful in the entrance examination of IIT.
One person raises the cost of educating such children for free and their living and eating expenses. Respect for this person increases even when it realizes that he himself is suffering from poverty.
Anand Kumar, living in Bihar, did this amazing work and the children prepared by him have reached higher positions today. Anand Kumar is a superhero in right earnest, and it proves that there is no great look to be a superhero, work matters.
Based on the major events in the life of mathematician Anand Kumar, the film ‘Super 30’ was created by director Vikas Bahl, who reflects the struggle and victory of a person.
The movie starts from the year 2017, when Fugga (Vijay Verma) tells Anand Kumar in London. From there the story goes to the flashback and the time around 1997 is shown. Clever in mathematics, Anand Kumar gets admission in Cambridge University, but due to financial constraints this dream remains incomplete.
After the death of his father, Anand and his brother have a troublesome mountain and they work to sell Papad. During this time, Lallan (Aditya Shrivastav) who runs a coaching institute, has an eye on Anand. Anand gives him a job to teach at his coaching institute and there is plenty of money coming to Anand.
One day, Anand feels that in the name of coaching, the Mafia type people are active, whose heads also have a hand in the politicians. Talented and poor students are deprived of coaching. He starts his class to give free coaching to these children, so that there is a lot of turmoil among education makers. After this, the struggle of happiness becomes difficult because not only does he get threats but also attacks.
Sanjeev Dutta has written the film, but he and director Vikal Bahl do not fully judge justice from Anand Kumar’s story. A legendary story was in his hand, but he stumbled.
The beginning of the movie is good and it is bound to light scenes. Anand’s love story, the financial status of his father, and the glimpses of the wisdom of happiness. After this there is a struggle of happiness. In the middle of the coaching class, the collision with the robbers is also shown, but after that the film starts missing from the writer and the director.
How did Anand Kumar prepare children, what process he adopted, what attitude he adopted, these things were rarely seen in the film. Instead, more footage was spent on the collision with the mafia. The film’s graph goes upside-down, where there is talk of happiness and education, but where the clash occurs, the film’s graph comes down.
Somewhere in the movie, the film becomes like a typical Bollywood movie of the 80’s, in which dramatically villain used to show his villainy. There are similar scenes with Lallan and Education Minister Anand Kumar. The film seems fake here. In particular, there are more such scenes in the second half of the film.
The assault scene in the hospital is absolutely film. On the other hand, the English speaking theme of Anand Kumar’s students on Holi is also very long and it has not been presented properly. These things lessen the effect of the film.
There are some good scenes in the film that touch the heart directly. Ankush kumar’s jolt to go to Cambridge, the developer of Papad, the scene of the father taking a bike to the hospital on a cycle, the introductory scene from his students makes you emotional.
Vikas Bahl as the director had got to present the best story, but he could not reach that level in his presentation which was the demand for the story. The issue of commercialization of education has somewhere dominated the story of Anand Kumar.
Some songs in the film are good, but the film has misfits and only increases the length.
When Hrithik Roshan was chosen to play Anand Kumar’s role, then himself Anand Kumar felt that this is not the right choice. Although Hrithik Roshan has done a great acting, but nowhere else in the film, it stops watching while we are watching Hrithik.
Hrithik has expressed his goodness with Anand Kumar’s struggle, poverty and intelligency. Hrithik’s acting in that scene is worth seeing when he learns that all the children taught by him have been selected for IIT. Without any dialogue, Hrithik has made this scene memorable with only his expressions. The change in their skin color also damages the eyes.
Aditya Shrivastav, Pankaj Tripathi and Virendra Saxena decorated the film with their acting. These three are rich artists and they have caught their characters closely. Mrinal Thakur’s roll is not long, but whatever scenes he got, he did well, he did well. Amit Sadha’s role became more and more filmed.
Overall, ‘Super 30’ is a mixed film, with some unnecessary and boring events, on the other hand, Hrithik Roshan’s superb acting and good emotional scenes save the film to some degree.
Producer: Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment, Phantom Films, Reliance Entertainment
Director: Vikas Bahl
Artists: Hrithik Roshan, Mrinal Thakur, Pankaj Tripathi, Aditya Shrivastav, Amit Sadh
Censor Certificate: U * 2