Hrithik Roshan says leading actress of Super 30 was finalised months ago, any further speculations are PR gimmicks
Addressing the conjecture about the yet-to-be-revealed leading actress of Super 30, Hrithik Roshan says the rumours are just a PR gimmick
There has been a lot of conjecture around the leading lady of Hrithik Roshan-starrer Super 30. Although no official announcement about the female lead has been made, there are speculations about multiple actresses being considered for the part are floating around. Roshan took to Twitter on 13 March to reveal that the leading actress had been finalised eight months ago.
Addressing the conjecture about the yet-to-be-revealed leading actress, he said that the unconfirmed stories about the leading actress are just cheap PR gimmicks.
The frivolous use of my name by PR companies 2 promote their new clients doesnt bother me a bit. But I really want them to know it doesnt work. So may I offer a tip: trust ur clients talent, stop d tricks. All this while the female lead of super30 was finalized 8 months ago.
— Hrithik Roshan (@iHrithik) March 13, 2018
In his tweet, Roshan also says that instead of using his name to generate publicity around their client, the PR companies should trust the actors' talent. So far, multiple reports have suggested that Mrunal Thakur has been finalised to play the female lead. The actress plays a popular character in Zee TV's daily soap, Kumkum Bhagya.
Earlier, photos of Katrina Kaif meeting the gifted mathematician had also surfaced on social media and speculations about her being cast opposite Roshan were rife. However, the actress later denied her involvement in the project.
Sara Ali Khan, who's every move is scrutinised by the media, also made it to the headlines, when reports about her playing the female lead emerged. There has been no official confirmation from team Super 30 about either of these actresses joining the film.
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