Hrithik Roshan plays mathematician Anand Kumar in the biographical drama Super 30, opening in Chicago area theaters July 12, 2019.
Super 30 opens Friday at the AMC River East 21 in Chicago, Regal Round Lake Beach in Round Lake Beach, AMC Niles 12 in Niles, MovieMax Cinemas in Niles, AMC South Barrington 24 in South Barrington, Marcus Addison Cinema in Addison, Regal Cantera in Warrenville, AMC Naperville 16 in Naperville, AMC Woodridge 18 in Woodridge, and AMC Crestwood 18 in Crestwood. It has a listed runtime of 2 hrs. 35 min.
Article 15 gets a third week at the South Barrington 24, Cantera, and MovieMax, which also holds over Malaal for a second week. All three theaters carry over Kabir Singh, as does the AMC Rosemont 18 in Rosemont.
Other Indian and Pakistani movies playing in the Chicago area this weekend (all films have English subtitles):
- Dorasani (Telugu) and Brochevaruevarura (Telugu) at MovieMax and Cinemark at Seven Bridges in Woodridge
- Oh Baby (Telugu) at MovieMax, Seven Bridges, and Century 16 Deer Park in Deer Park
- Shubharathri (Malayalam), Ninu Vedaani Needanu Nene (Telugu), Gorilla (Tamil), KS 100 (Telugu), Rajdoot (Telugu), Baaji (Urdu), and Kakshi: Amminippilla (Malayalam) at MovieMax
Hey , I watched Super 30 today . I have written a review as well . Please have a look .
Cool! I’ll check it out after I’ve seen the movie.
I went to see “Super 30” on Wednesday. I went alone as my normal Bollywood buddy couldn’t nor could my family. So, I don’t have their opinions to share. Part of it was like an Amitabh movie I saw about a teacher with disadvantaged students but I can’t remember the name of the movie. Part of the movie was like “Home Alone” except they used science. Yes, really like “Home Alone.”
The movie had a song reference to Basanti from “Sholay” saying “Basanti no dance.” I haven’t seen “Sholay” so I missed how it goes together. I knew the “Basanti no dance” had to reference something. I looked it up and it is “Sholay.” I didn’t catch any other references to other movies.
The movie was interesting but seemed like the many other teacher with disadvantaged students movies that are out there.
“Part of the movie was like ‘Home Alone’ except they used science.” — I don’t know if this makes me less interested or more interested to see this, Jill. 😉
I didn’t know if you want me to say more about the “Home Alone” part before your review, so I didn’t give any spoilers. The “Home Alone” part will be very obvious. Since the students are older than Kevin was, they have a few different tricks up their sleeves to use.