'I felt the same when Kaho Na Pyaar Hai released': Hrithik Roshan on Super 30's success
Actor Hrithik Roshan is on a high note with the success of Super 30. The film is based on maths genius Anand Kumar, the founder of the programme of the same name in Patna that trains underprivileged students for the JEE. The box office collections have crossed Rs. 50 crore over the weekend.
Reacting to the film’s success, Hrithik reportedly said, “Yes, there is a feeling of satisfaction and of immense happiness. It is similar to how I felt when my first film Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai (2000) had released. Box-office collections do have some sort of importance, as they indicate that the audiences have accepted your work and connected to it in some way.”
He also added that it’s a great feeling to be appreciated for hard work. “The best compliment came in only a couple of days back, from the man himself. I wasn’t there at the screening when Anand sir watched the film. So recently, when he was patched in with Nandish (Singh, co-star) and me in a TV interview from Patna... he gave me his feedback and I screamed out of happiness. There can be no better validation than this to my work.”
The film was directed by Vikas Bahl and also stars Mrunal Thakur.