Super 30: Vikas Bahl won’t be credited for this Hrithik Roshan starrer?
All has not been quite well with Hrithik Roshan's Super 30. The movie which is based on the life of mathematician Anand Kumar is directed by Vikas Bahl. But, the Queen filmmaker’s name popped up in #MeToo movement where an employee of Phantom Films accused him of sexual harassment. There were reports that Anurag Kashyap has been roped in by the producers to look into the post-production of the film and complete the movie. Now, a recent report in Mid-day suggests that Vikas Bahl's name will be dropped from the movie credits and this is apparently something that Hrithik Roshan wants.
A source close to the film told the tabloid, "Since the allegation was not proven in court after the survivor refused to take the case further, Vikas hasn't faced any legal repercussions. However, Hrithik is clear that he doesn't want the director to be associated with the film. The producers have offered Vikas a severance package - one that is said to be significantly higher than the remuneration he was promised - to compensate for dropping his name from credit roll."
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We contacted the film’s team to get a clarification on this but received no response. Super 30 was slated to release on January 25, 2019, but it has been postponed to July 26, 2019.