Director Vikas Bahl, who was MIA ever since an ex-employee accused him of sexual molestation last October, made his first public appearance on Thursday night. Bahl had been laying low for a while, but since an Internal Complaints Committee exonerated him, he chose to walk into the screening of his film Super 30 at Mumbai’s PVR theatre. Apparently, there were two screenings of the film — one at Yash Raj Films and the other at PVR and Bahl had been invited for the latter.
The film starring Hrithik Roshan, based on the life of Bihar genius Anand Kumar, which has now been released by Sajid Nadiadwala and Reliance Entertainment along with Madhu Mantena, saw Vikas in a good mood. “Vikas has not made any appearance in the past few months at any event or party as well. He is rather friendly with the paparazzi and he nicely posed for pictures,” says paparazzi.
Industry sources add that Vikas was also congratulated by some of the attendees for having made a good film.
“Vikas is now planning his next movie, and will make an announcement very soon. He has been working on a few ideas in Goa, writing and developing scripts in the interim,” informs the source.