Kamaal Rashid Khan, also known as KRK is a self- declared critic, and he is known for his critical views on various stars including Salman Khan. He is back in action as Salman gears up for his film KBKJ. He has made new allegations against the superstar taking his views on Twitter. In a tweet, KRK accused the producers of the film for booking tickets worth 20 crore to save the opening box office of his upcoming film “Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan”. KRK also made derogatory remarks about Salman, stating that “no one can save a sinking star.” Check his tweet as under:
Zee distributor of #KKHKKT is asking single screen theatres to sign to showcase upcoming flop films #Maidaan and #Gadar2 if they want to screen this Bhojpuri film. Therefore 90% theatres in UP/Delhi have not agreed to show the film till now. Superb! pic.twitter.com/TC0OW7UC0O
— KRK (@kamaalrkhan) April 20, 2023
This is not the first time that KRK has targeted Salman Khan. The two have been involved in a long-standing feud, with KRK often making derogatory remarks about Salman and his films. In fact, Salman had filed a defamation case against KRK last year after he had reviewed his film “Radhe” and called it a “disaster”.
KRK’s latest allegations have caused a stir in the industry, with many wondering about the validity of his claims. The booking of tickets worth 20 crore is a massive amount, and it is unclear whether Salman would have gone to such lengths to save the opening box office of his film. Salman is one of the biggest stars in the industry, and his films have often opened to massive collections, irrespective of reviews.
KRK’s remarks about Salman have also raised concerns about the toxic culture of negativity and trolling that has become prevalent in the industry. Social media has provided a platform for individuals to express their opinions, but it has also led to a rise in online bullying and trolling. KRK’s comments about Salman are a clear example of this toxic culture, and it is important to address this issue and create a more positive environment in the industry.
Thus in conclusion, KRK’s allegations against Salman Khan regarding the booking of tickets worth 20 crore to save the opening box office of “Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan” are yet to be proven. However, the remarks made by KRK are a clear example of the toxic culture of negativity and trolling that has become prevalent in the industry. It is important to address this issue and create a more positive environment in the industry, where individuals can express their opinions without resorting to online bullying and trolling. Stay tuned to know more about the two only with us.