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OMG: KRK Calls Kriti Sanon as Maha Panauti Actress, check his tweet

Self-proclaimed critic Kamaal Rashid Khan, also known as KRK, has once again sparked controversy by calling Kriti Sanon the “most panauti actress” in Bollywood. The term “panauti” is a derogatory term in Hindi that roughly translates to “bad luck charm.”

KRK, who is known for his controversial and often offensive remarks, made the comment on his Twitter account, where he has a large following. The tweet, which has since been deleted, read, “Kriti Sanon is the most panauti actress in the Bollywood right now. She has delivered 7 disasters in a row.” Check his tweets:

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KRK’s comments were met with outrage from Kriti Sanon’s fans and several other Bollywood celebrities, who called out his behavior and demanded an apology. Actress Taapsee Pannu, who has had her own run-ins with KRK in the past, tweeted, “Oye Kamaal R Khan! You didn’t get bored of abusing, harassing, and dragging people’s name in the mud yet? Shame on you.”

Kriti Sanon, who has recently starred in films such as Mimi, Luka Chuppi, and Bareilly Ki Barfi, has not yet responded to KRK’s comments. However, several of her fans and colleagues in the film industry have come out in support of the actress, condemning KRK’s behavior and standing up against online harassment and bullying.

KRK is no stranger to controversy and has been in the news several times for his offensive comments and behavior. In the past, he has targeted several Bollywood celebrities, including Salman Khan, Karan Johar, and Deepika Padukone, among others.

In conclusion, KRK’s latest comments about Kriti Sanon are unacceptable and have no place in civil discourse. It is important for public figures to use their platforms responsibly and refrain from making derogatory and harmful comments about others. It is encouraging to see so many people in the film industry and beyond standing up against online bullying and harassment, and hopefully, this will lead to a more respectful and inclusive social media environment.

Ziya Khan


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