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KRK Does it Again, this time targets Kapil Sharma, Check his tweets

Controversial self-proclaimed film critic, Kamaal R Khan, also known as KRK, has once again found himself in the middle of a social media storm. Recently, a Twitter user referred to KRK as a YouTuber, while referring to Kapil Sharma as a celebrity. KRK took offense to the comment and responded by saying that even Shah Rukh Khan cannot stand in front of him.

KRK’s response was met with ridicule and criticism from other Twitter users, who mocked his lack of self-awareness and delusions of grandeur. Many pointed out that Shah Rukh Khan is one of the biggest stars in Bollywood and that KRK’s statement was ridiculous.

Despite the backlash, KRK remained unapologetic and continued to defend himself. He claimed that he was the biggest critic in the world and that even the biggest stars in Bollywood were afraid of him. Check his tweets as under: 

This is not the first time that KRK has courted controversy with his outrageous statements and behavior. He has a reputation for making inflammatory comments about Bollywood celebrities and often finds himself embroiled in online feuds and controversies.

In the past, KRK has been accused of making derogatory remarks about female celebrities and engaging in online bullying. He has also been involved in several legal disputes, including a defamation case filed against him by actor Salman Khan.

Despite his controversial reputation, KRK has managed to amass a significant following on social media, particularly on YouTube. He is known for his scathing film reviews and often attracts attention for his controversial opinions.

However, KRK’s recent comments have once again brought into question his credibility as a film critic and his ability to conduct himself in a professional manner. While his confidence and self-assurance may be admirable, his lack of humility and self-awareness have earned him a reputation as one of Bollywood’s most divisive figures.

Ziya Khan


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