Super 30 review: One of the highly-anticipated films Super 30 is making news since the day it was announced. Directed by Vikas Bahl, it is based on renowned academician Anand Kumar who is known for his success rate for IIT admissions every year. The film is a touching motivation journey of Anand Kumar who dreams of building his own coaching institute. Anand Kumar is the son of a postman who uses his brilliance of the subject to train underprivileged children.
The film contains some heartfelt moments which touch your chord instantly. The first half of the film is interesting as it introduces the audience with characters well and further builds the space in their heart by striking the right chord with certain inspiring moments. However, the second half of the film is a little dramatic and lengthy.
With connecting dialogues, dominating scenes and perfect cinematography, the film appeals to the audience. Further, by capturing the sincerity of the character with his gestures and accent, Hrithik Roshan steals the show completely. Meanwhile, Television actor Mrunal Thakur performs well in the limited space of the script.
Film critic Sreeparna Sengupta in her review for Times of India gave the film 3.5 stars. She quoted that Super 30 is a human drama film which narrates the story of a teacher Anand Kumar who takes up the challenge of training 30 students every year for IIT exams.
Film critic Kunal Guha in his review for Mumbai Mirror gave the film 3 stars. He praised the director of the film Vikas Bahl and quoted that the filmmaker has detailed the subject well, who strives hard to rise above and prove himself by fulfilling his dreams.
Film critic Vaibhavi V Risbood in her review for Pinkvilla gave the film 3 stars and quoted that Hrithik Roshan as Anand Kumar will surely impress the fans as he perfectly gets into the skin of the character and depicts his role perfectly. She further said that the production team of the film has gone a little overboard in order to bring the desi touch to Hrithik’s character.