Anurag Kashyap has agreed to oversee the post-production work of Hrithik Roshan-starrer Super 30, which had gone into limbo after its director Vikas Bahl was accused of sexually assaulting a woman.
Kashyap confirmed the news, saying, “At the moment I am getting Womaniya (another production) started, but yes, I will be overseeing the post-production of Super 30.”
Kashyap and Bahl were partners at the now-defunct Phantom Films, which was dissolved hours before HuffPost India published a detailed account of the allegations against Bahl.
The Roshans, who are also co-producers of Super 30, had distanced themselves from Bahl after the story was published, and the film’s release had been delayed by months. It is now scheduled to release on 26 July.
Sources said that lead star Hrithik was keen to have Kashyap supervise the post-production work, although the director agreed to come on board only after Bahl gave his consent and said that he had no objection to the decision.
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