After Bihar, Gujarat, 'Super 30' declared tax-free in Delhi too
Hrithik Roshan's Super 30, which recently secured a tax-free status in Bihar, Gujarat, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh, has now been exempted from entertainment tax in Delhi as well. The announcement was made by Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia yesterday. Expressing his gratitude, the 45-year-old actor thanked Sisodia on Twitter. Meanwhile the movie is faring pretty well, having minted Rs. 107.52 crore so far.
"Anand's work and personality is an inspiration for all teachers"
Praising mathematician Anand Kumar, on whom the movie is based, Sisodia said that "his work and personality is an inspiration for all teachers across country." The minister also added, "Anand has agreed to conduct one class every month for Delhi government school students." Detailing about it, he said, "This will be an online, virtual classroom for students of classes 11, 12 of our schools."
Anand to take online classes for Delhi students, confirms Sisodia
We must take inspiration from such films: Gehlot
Just last week, Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot announced that the Vikas Bahl-directorial would be exempted from entertainment tax in the state. He said the movie is an "excellent example of will power and determination". "We must take inspiration from such films and imbibe the value of 'excellence in education' in the youth of our society today," Gehlot wrote on Twitter, while making the announcement.
"Super 30 is an excellent example of will power, determination"
'Super 30' chronicles the life of noted mathematician Anand Kumar
Super 30 chronicles the life of mathematician Anand Kumar, who initiated the educational program Super 30 to teach 30 underprivileged students and prepare them for JEE. Apart from Hrithik, it also stars Pankaj Tripathi, Mrunal Thakur in pivotal roles. It also marks the Bollywood debut of Nandish Sandhu, who plays Hrithik's brother in the movie. The movie is the last production of Phantom Films.