'Super 30' to release in Japan
'Super 30' to release in Japan: Mathematician Anand Kumar's biopic to release on 31 screens on 23 September
Mathematician Anand Kumar's biopic 'Super 30' is all set to release in Japan. Confirming this, a source close to the film said that the film will be released in theatres in Japan on September 23. The film was released in India on 12 July 2019. Anand Kumar used to make poor students prepare for IIT free of cost.
As per a close source, “It will release in Japanese cinemas on 23rd September. It is currently released on 31 screens in Japan. It was released in India three years ago on 12th July 2019. Then it was released in 50 cinemas across the country. It lasted for 56 days in India. Its gross lifetime collection in India was 172 crores. It collected 36 crores from overseas market. Thus its worldwide collection was more than 208 crores."
Sources further added, “Anand Kumar has been quite popular in Japan. Sati has written the subtitles for this film in Japanese. In 2009, Japanese beauty queen and actress Norika Fujiwara also made a documentary on Anand Kumar. Japan A university in India also published a book for its management inspired by the story of Super 30. The management book of the university also has a chapter on Super 30."
Meanwhile, there were also reports about the Hollywood remake of this film and making it part two. However, its official announcement has not been made yet. The sequel rights of the film are with Anand Kumar and Reliance Studios. The idea is to make 'Super 30' a web series. The director of the film Vikas Bahl is currently busy with several projects including Goodbye and Ganpat. At the same time, Hrithik also does not have dates for the next one and a half to two years. So for the time being there is no discussion about the sequel.