Hrithik’s ‘Super 30’ release postponed after sexual misconduct charges against Vikas Bahl resurfaced?
The #MeToo movement is here, and slowly and slowly more skeletons are tumbling out of the closet. After the sexual harassment case against Vikas Bahl resurfaced, Hrithik Roshan immediately issued a statement saying it is impossible for him to work with any person guilty of such grave misconduct.
Hrithik posted his statement on Twitter. You can read the whole statement here:
Now in the wake of all these allegations against ‘Super 30‘ director Vikas Bahl, a report in Pinkvilla suggests that the film’s release will be postponed. Not only that, but it is also being reported that Bahl’s name from the film’s credits will also be dropped and he will be kicked out of the project. On the other side, Vikas has squashed all the allegations against him and instead sent a legal notice to Anurag Kashyap and Vikramaditya Motwane for defaming him and propagating their own personal vendetta against him.
Apparently, ‘Super 30’ will release in March instead of January 25, 2019. If these reports turn out to be true, then ‘Super 30’ will succeed in avoiding a clash with Kangana Ranaut‘s ‘Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi’. Let’s see when the makers of the film decide to release it now.
However, with no official announcement made by the makers of the film yet, all we can do is wait and watch.