Mumbai: The makers of ‘Super 30’ starring Hrithik Roshan released the much awaited trailer recently and ever since its release, the actor is receiving appreciation from all across for all the right reasons. While the world is all praise for the actor’s promising portrayal, it is The Indian Stammering Association who hailed the trailer for a different reason!
The a self-help organisation for Indians who stammer, tweeted in support of Hrithik and the trailer of 'Super 30' saying, “It was touching to know when @iHrithik candidly admitted that while speaking in real life he has to rehearse in the head. It takes guts for a superstar to showcase his vulnerabilities like this. This is perhaps the best trailer we have seen this year!”
Hrithik is not just receiving appreciation from the audience, worldwide for the deglam strong portrayal but also his contemporaries from Bollywood are going out and about commending the trailer and Hrithik’s performance.
Hrithik Roshan’s battle with stammering has been known as the actor has never shied away from talking about the challenges that made him a global superstar today. Having built a legacy for himself, he is known for challenging roles in his movies like Guzaarish, Kaabil, Koi Mil Gaya to name a few. Recently, an International book also immortalised the actor’s struggles and triumphs amongst the likes of esteemed personalities- Beethoven, Barack Obama, Frank Ocean, amongst the rest.
The two-and-a-half minute trailer gives a glimpse of mathematician Hrithik's journey as Anand Kumar from a tutor to wealthy privileged students to guru of those from economically weaker background aspiring to the Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT).
Hrithik has left no stone unturned to get into the skin of his character. The actor makes us believe that he is the simple and ambitious Anand who does wonders with the treasure of knowledge.
After previously promising projects, Hrithik is ready to bring yet another stellar portrayal on the screens with an inspiring storyline with Super 30, set to release on July 12, 2019.