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Did You Notice This Mistake In Hrithik Roshan Starrer Super 30 Poster?

6:07 pm 6 Sep, 2018

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Super 30 is actor Hrithik Roshan’s upcoming and much-awaited movie. The movie is based on the life of mathematician and educationalist Anand Kumar from Patna, Bihar. In 2002, Anand along with Abhayanand started the Super 30 program, under which they select and tutor 30 talented kids from poor families who cannot afford IIT-JEE coaching. As a result of their efforts, the Super 30 earned recognition across the globe. Not only this, the program also got praised by the likes of former US president Barak Obama. And now Vikas Bahl is directing the movie based on this story together with Hrithik.

And it seems like releasing the movie posters on the eve of teacher’s day was certainly a good decision.

 

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Actor Hrithik Roshan and mathematician Anand Kumar. Source

 

On September 4, 2018, Hrithik Roshan took to his Twitter account and released the posters.

So without any further delay, let’s check out the posters below:

 

Here is the first poster that Hrithik Roshan tweeted:

 

 

Besides this, the actor tweeted two more posters, here’s the second:

 

 

And finally the third:

 


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As soon as the posters hit the social media, praises began rolling in from all corners of the internet. While many appreciated the art in the poster itself, others went gaga over Hrithik’s intense emotions.

This is what some of the reaction tweets went like:

 

Can’t wait for it.

 

 

Mind-blowing.

 

 

But surprisingly there seems to be a mistake in one of the movie posters. The mistake came to light when a user from Assam tweeted about it. The tweep pointed out that the equation shown in the poster was wrong.

Here is the tweet in question:

 

 

Naturally, this post and particularly the mistake are going viral over the internet. However, this could very well be a photoshop mistake. But seems like the internet is already abuzz with it.

Nonetheless, we can’t wait to watch this movie in January next year. What about you?

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