KRK Reveals Kangana Ranaut Called Him to Say Bad Things About Karan Johar

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Kamaal Rashid Khan, who’s better known as KRK never misses an opportunity to take a dig at Bollywood celebrities. He always creates controversies while raising his point being a critic. This time, he chose to take a dig at Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut and claimed that Thalaivii actress asked him to say bad words about Karan Johar.

Ever since KRK became a self proclaimed critic, he never misses a chance to say controversial things. And this time too, he has revealed just the same. In his video, he called the actress playing a deshbhakti’ card for her new film, Thalaivii.

He stressed that Kanaga Ranaut has been constantly asking him to say a few bad words about Karan Johar. Further, he also claimed that he has all the proof to establish this. He stated that he has all the SMS as proof of the conversation he had with Ranaut.

This is what KRK wrote, “Till date no filmwala has asked me to say bad about other filmwala except #KanganaRanaut who asked me to say many things bad about #KaranJohar. I m having her all SMS as proof but I will never public that chat. I have never revealed anyone chat till date n I won’t do it in future”.

KRK has previously delivered many statements on Kanga Ranaut claiming that all her upcoming films will be flopped, especially after she becomes a full time politician by joining BJP. KRK had also trolled her for the poor performance of Thalaivii at the box office.

Take a look at what he had stated in one of his tweets earlier, “After disaster result of #Thalaivii Kangana is giving gyaan to public. She said- We all shud become #DeshBhakt & watch Indian films instead of English films to become #atmanirbhar! Lol! Didi we are not ready to watch ur crap film to make you millionaire. Public is not fool.” KRK tweeted.




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