After Liger fails to impress, Kamaal R Khan threatens Vijay Deverakonda; says ‘Hindi belt is my ring’

    After Liger fails to impress, Kamaal R Khan threatens Vijay Deverakonda; says ‘Hindi belt is my ring’

    Like most other Bollywood films, Ananya Panday and Vijay Deverakonda’s latest release Liger failed to impress Kamaal R Khan. The latter now has a special message for the South superstar, who made his debut in Bollywood with this project.


    The Boycott Bollywood trend has taken social media by storm and there is one person who is actively posting in its favor-- the one and only, Kamaal R. Khan better known as KRK . Well, the latest film that he just can’t stop bashing is Liger , which arrived in theatres on 25th August. KRK not only watched it on the first day itself, but also shared his review of the Ananya Panday and Vijay Deverakonda starrer, where he described the second half as ‘unbearable torture’.

    But Kamaal R. Khan is far from being done. A few hours ago, he mocked producer Karan Johar with a tweet which read: “Wow! #LigerMovie (Hindi) has got Earthshattering opening today. 70% morning shows are cancelled because of no audience. Huge congratulations to @karanjohar!” That’s not all. KRK went on to threaten Vijay. The Deshdrohi actor wrote: “Dear @TheDeverakonda congrats for disaster #Liger! How are you feeling now? Tumne Kaha Tha, Ki Dekh Lenge Kaun Rokega. Dekhle Rok Bhi Diya, Aur ghused Bhi Diya. Hindi belt is My ring. Never ever enter here again and run ur mouth. Because Yahan Wahi Hota hai Jo Janta Kahti hai.”

    While Liger failed to impress audiences as well as critics and even received negative reviews on social media, the film has done decent business at the box office. Vijay, who makes his Bollywood debut with this pan-Indian film, is also being appreciated by some fans. However, his co-star Ananya and KJo are being massively trolled. Also starring former professional boxer Mike Tyson in an extended cameo, the film has been helmed by Puri Jagannadh. It is the latest in the list of releases which are being boycotted, after Aamir Khan’s Laal Singh Chaddha and Akshay Kumar’s Raksha Bandhan.

    Have you watched Liger yet?