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The #MeToo movement knocked down the biggest of names in the Bollywood film industry and Vikas Bahl is one among the accused, wherein several women including the Queen actress Kangana Ranaut had raised several allegations against him. As soon as he was accused of making unwanted moves against women, Hrithik Roshan took to Twitter threatening to sack him from Super 30 if the allegations turn out to be true and rumours were doing the rounds that Vikas Bahl will be replaced by Kabir Khan in Super 30.
Vikas Bahl Will Remain The Director Of Hrithik Roshan's Super 30
It now looks like Vikas Bahl will remain the director of Super 30 and he will not be changed or replaced by Kabir Khan, as the shoot of the movie is already completed and Vikas Bahl was the one who directed all of it.
The Film Is Locked For Editing, No More Portions To Be Shot
"When a film is edit locked, there are no changes. Only the sound mixing needs to be done after the background music is added. So, the film is ready with its final runtime," said a source to Deccan Chronicle.
There Is No Question Of Changing The Director
"Vikas Bahl and the writer Sanjiv Dutta had given a vision to the film which is now locked. Hence there is no question of the director being changed."
Kabir Khan Is Busy Directing ’83
"Also, Kabir Khan is busy with '83 to take on any other work. Forget Kabir, the film does not need the director's work anymore. So Vikas' name will stay on the film as a director as he had already completed his work," the source summed it up to Deccan Chronicle.