'Aamir Khan's film career is over' says KRK, predicts the same fate for Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan
Amidst the Boycott Bollywood trend and Aamir Khan’s Laal Singh Chaddha opening to dismal box office numbers, actor and film critic Kamaal R Khan aka KRK has now taken to his social media handle to take a dig at the superstar. KRK stated how Aamir’s film career is over now.
Amidst the Boycott Bollywood trend and Aamir Khan ’s Laal Singh Chaddha opening to dismal box office numbers, actor and film critic Kamaal R Khan aka KRK has now taken to his social media handle to take a dig at the superstar. KRK stated how Aamir’s film career is over now. Not only that but he also predicted the same fate for Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan .
Talking about the same, Kamaal R Khan took to his Twitter handle to state, “Bhai Jaan @iamsrk Aaj #AamirKhan Ka Career khatam Kar Diya Gaya Hai. Bas Ab Aapki #Pathan Aur #Budhao Ki Film Ka wait hai. Aap Dono Bhi Jaldi Release Karo. Wait Nahi Ho Paa Raha Hai.” Take a look at his tweet.
Not only this but the Deshdrohi actor took a further dig at Shah Rukh Khan wherein he alleged that all the movies that will have a cameo appearance by the superstar, will be a box office flop. Kamaal R Khan’s tweet further said, “If anyone is having even 1% doubt about his film’s failure, So he should ask @iamsrk Bhai Jaan to do a scene in that film to be 100% sure that the film will become a disaster only.” Take a look at his post.
Well, KRK has time and again been known for taking a dig against the Khans. While he is predicting bad news for Aamir Khan and Shah Rukh Khan with their upcoming movies, his feud with Salman Khan also does not seem to stop. Salman had slapped Kamaal R Khan with a defamation suit after the film critic had allegedly given some defamatory statements against the megastar in his review of Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai. Apart from the Khans, KRK is also predicting that the movies Brahmastra and Vikram Vedha will also be huge box office disasters.
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