Mumbai. On Tuesday, the trailer for Hrithik Roshan’s ‘Super 30’ was released; the film features Hrithik Roshan as Anand Kumar, who started an IIT program for the economically backward classes. Now the storyline sounds powerful and Hrithik, being a decent actor, should be able to do justice to the role.
That, however, did not happen. After the trailer came out, a certain section of Twitterati couldn’t help but point out how problematic Hrithik’s acting was. The Faking News, in fact, conducted a survey to find out which actor has done justice to the Bihari accent.
And the winner was Tusshar Kapoor in the Golmaal series. Tusshar’s silent character was much graceful in the Bihari language than the power delivering Hrithik’s performance. Bihar government has formed a committee to find out the hidden Bihari accent in Hrithik’s dialogue which seems to be a cumbersome task.
Hrithik clarified that he did not speak clear Bihari as he was afraid Raj Thackeray would ban his movie in Maharashtra if he finds out that the movie is based in Bihar. So he decided to hide the Bihari accent and what he delivered finally sounded more funny.