Hrithik Roshan is all set for the release of his upcoming movie ‘Super 30’. Just before the release, the movie got a wall of fame. Inspired by the actor’s rugged look from the film, a restaurant named Mirch Masala, in Kolkata, West Bengal, created a themed wall that was based on the same.
While the actor is seen carrying a debonair look in most of his films, in Super 30, Hrithik will be seen sporting messy hair and will essay the character of a small town teacher.
Meanwhile, Super 30’s director Vikas Bahl has been ousted from the film, and the movie will no longer have a director’s name in the credit roll. The news was confirmed by the Group CEO of Reliance Entertainment, Shibasish Sarkar, who was quoted by Mumbai Mirror as saying, “Vikas is not associated with the edit and post-production. There will be no director credit for anyone. As a producer, after a substantial investment of time, money and the efforts of all our technicians and talent, it is our responsibility to complete the film with the best possible resources available to us. Anurag is a partner, he has edited films of other Phantom partners in the past. He agreed to take this responsibility on Reliance’s request, and with a professional and commercial understanding. Also, it has been agreed that he will not take any credit.”