Vikas Bahl’s Super 30 has been made tax-free in Bihar by the state government. The state’s Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi announced on Monday that no entertainment tax will be levied on the film in Bihar.
Super 30, which hit the screens on July 12, is a film on the life of Patna-based mathematician and teacher Anand Kumar. Kumar runs a coaching programme called Super 30 for underprivileged students to prepare them for IIT entrance exams.
The Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar watched the film on Friday in a screening that was attended by Anand Kumar as well.
— Hrithik Roshan (@iHrithik) July 15, 2019
Hrithik Roshan thanked the ministers on Twitter. He wrote, “This is amazing Anand Sir thank you CM @NitishKumar ji and Deputy CM @SushilModi ji for this.”
Thanks a lot to CM Nitish Kumar ji and Deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi ji making ‘Super 30’ tax free. It will help more and more people see the film@iHrithik @RelianceEnt @NGEMovies @Shibasishsarkar #super30 pic.twitter.com/z9qmHUMdOW
— Anand Kumar (@teacheranand) July 15, 2019
The mathematician also took to Twitter to thank Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi for making the film tax-free in the state of Bihar. Hrithik tweeted, “Thanks a lot to CM Nitish Kumar ji and Deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi ji making Super 30’ tax free. It will help more and more people see the film. (sic)”
The film is being appreciated by the audience as it managed to mint Rs 50.76 crore in first three days of its release. It opened at Rs 11.83 crore and went on to earn Rs 18.19 crore and Rs 20.74 crore on the first Saturday and Sunday of its release respectively.