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‘Super 30’: CBFC removes Ramayana reference from this Hrithik Roshan starrer

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Hrithik Roshan is all excited as his first film of the year ‘Super 30’ is all set to hit the silver screens this Friday i.e July 12. The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has given their green light to the film after suggesting about four modifications in this Vikas Bahl directorial. The film has received ‘U’ certificate from CBFC.

According to the official website of CBFC, they have replaced the words ‘Ramayan mein’ with ‘Raj Puran mein’ in one of the scenes in the film. Also, there was a dance sequence(‘Paisa’ song) which showcased a politician touching the dancer’s belly, this scene has been replaced with normal dancing shots.

Apart from the above-mentioned changes, the CBFC has also incorporated a 10 second Hindi disclaimer alongwith the anti-liquor disclaimer. Overall, CBFC has suggested just four modifications in ‘Super 30’.

The film will see Hrithik Roshan playing the lead role. ‘Super 30’ is based on the life mathematician Anand Kumar and his educational programme wherein he helped poor kids appear for the IIT-JEE entrance examinations.

Also starring Mrunal Thakur, Virendra Saxena, Pankaj Tripathi and Aditya Shrivastava in pivotal roles, ‘Super 30’ is bankrolled by Phantom Films, Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment, Reliance Entertainment and HRX Films.

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