Hrithik Roshan-starrer ‘Super 30’ is being edited for a final release, and the team has decided that the project will have no director credit! Vikas Bahl, of now dissolved Phantom Films, has directed the project but the flick suffered delays after he was named in the #MeToo controversy. Anurag Kashyap is now leading the project to its end, handling the post-production and editing work. However, the credit roll of the film will not have Anurag or Vikas Bahl’s name. The victim who named Bahl was an employee of Phantom Films. Since she decided to not go ahead with the legal procedure, no legal action was taken against the filmmaker.