Hrithik Roshan, who has been in news for bringing the successful journey of Mathematician Anand Kumar to life with his film Super 30, is surrounded by trouble these days. The second Anand Kumar was accused of fraud, the biopic hit the rocky road and now it is being said that the makers of film likely to change film's tone to fiction.
According to the reports in Mid-Day, it is said "Since the film is in post-production, they are considering removing all references to Anand. While it will revolve around a Math whiz whose coaching institute becomes successful, they will categorically not call it a biopic anymore."
It is learned that the director Vikas Bahl along with the producers Sajid Nadiadwala and Madhu Mantena have decided to not treat the film as a biopic, but the story of a common man who succeeds against all odds.
For the uninitiated, the super mathematician from Bihar, Anand Kumar claimed that 26 out of his 30 students qualified IIT JEE Advanced examination this year and sought admissions into the premier IITs, whereas his students have countered his statement saying that only 3 and not 26 out of his group of 30 students have been selected into IITs.
आज फिर से एक बार आई.आई.टी. प्रवेश परीक्षा के नतीजों ने यह साबित कर दिया है कि जब ईमानदार कोशिश और बेहिसाब मेहनत एक साथ मिल जाये तब कामयाबी कदम चूम ही लेती है। इस बार भी मेरे सुपर 30 के 30 में से 26 बच्चों ने... https://t.co/Q4cG8qeJnq— Anand Kumar (@teacheranand) June 10, 2018
Reports further stated that students also claim that Anand was also teaching for another institute called Ramanuj classes and he had asked many students to join it instead of Super 30. And if reports to be believed, then Anand Kumar has minted close to Rs 1 crore from Ramanuj classes.