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Manoj Bajpayee filed a criminal defamation complaint against Kamaal R Khan over his belittling ‘Ganjedi’ tweet

Ever since actor Manoj Bajpayee starrer The Family Man 2 released it has become part of the headlines. The series also featuring Samantha Akkineni, received a huge appreciation from the audience. However, a controversy sparked after self-critic Kamaal R Khan, known for not mincing his words, allegedly made some derogatory remarks against the show.

KRK tweeted, “I am not a Lukkha and Faaltu in life, So I don’t watch web series. Better you ask Sunil Pal. But why do you like to watch a Charsi, Ganjedi Manoj? You can’t be selective. If you hate Charsi Ganjedi in Bollywood, So you should hate everyone”.

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After KRK’s comment, many eyebrows were raised and it created a buzz around the Raj & DK directorial. Now according to the reports, Manoj Bajpayee has filed a criminal complaint again KRK for his offensive tweet.

According to media reports, the National Award-winning actor filed the complaint at the Indore Court under IPC Section 500 (punishment for defamation). The reports also stated that ‘Manoj Bajpayee’s lawyer Paresh S Joshi had released a press release stating that the actor had personally appeared before the court to record his statement in front of the judicial magistrate first class (JMFC)’. KRK made some nasty comments against the actor after the release of the show. The Family Man 2’ also starred Samantha Akkineni, Priyamani, Sharib Hashmi, Sunny Hinduja, Shreya Dhanwanthary, Sharad Kelkar and Seema Biswas in pivotal roles.

Well, this is not the first time KRK has received notice for a criminal defamation case. Earlier superstar Salman Khan had also reportedly filed a defamation case against KRK for his alleged derogatory tweets against him and his film Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai.

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