Shedding his otherworldly good looks, actor Hrithik Roshan has boldly de-glamed himself for Vikas Bahl’s Bihar-set Anand Kumar biopic, Super 30.
After taking the internet by storm with the first pictures from the set of the film, more pictures have come to the fore, giving a glimpse into all the action underway in Varanasi, where the shooting is taking place.
Dressed in a blue shirt, Hrithik is seen sporting a thin moustache, standing on a boat. The actor is also seen carrying a backpack and standing beside a boat probably on the banks of river Ganga in Varanasi. With a rugged face and tired expression.
Talking about his getup, it looks like Hrithik has completely immersed himself into the character of the Bihar-based mathematician.
Roshan is currently busy shooting for the film in Varanasi, and the latest leaked photos from the sets present the Kaabil actor in a non-bearded and younger avatar.
Headed by Kumar, Super 30 is an educational venture wherein he trains 30 deserving, economically backward students for the entrance exams of IIT, IIT-JEE.
Helmed by Queen director Vikas Bahl, Super 30 also features Kumkum Bhagya fame Mrunal Thakur. The film is set to hit the cinemas on January 25, 2019. Check out the photos of Hrithik Roshan shared by his fan clubs.
Speaking about Hrithik’s look in the film, Anand Kumar had earlier said, “”I was delighted and pleasantly surprised to see the first look wherein Hrithik sports a rugged, bearded look. I had been told that at present the shooting was being done of my college days. I took out an old photograph of mine, of the time when I was studying at Patna University. I found the resemblance to be uncanny.”
Super 30 is scheduled to release on January 26, 2019.
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