After Warning Kamaal R Khan, Filmmaker Hansal Mehta Requests Amitabh Bachchan To UNFOLLOW The Film Critic By Signing A Petition

Soon after warning KRK, Hansal Mehta requests Amitabh Bachchan to unfollow him on social media by signing a petition; take a look

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After Warning Kamaal R Khan, Filmmaker Hansal Mehta Requests Amitabh Bachchan To UNFOLLOW The Film Critic By Signing A Petition
Going through the Twitter trends these days, we won't be surprised if film critic Kamaal R Khan is getting sleepless nights. It all happened after filmmaker Milap Zaveri accused KRK of raking profit off Sushant Singh Rajput's death by sharing a video. The first half of it saw KRK roasting Sushant Singh Rajput and questioning his acting skills in his review of Kedarnath, while the other part was KRK expressing shock and getting emotional upon hearing the news of Sushant's demise. Milap also called him 'fraud and disgusting'. Among many celebs, director Hansal Mehta agreed to him, while also lashing out at KRK. This, however, didn't go down well with the Deshdrohi actor and he promised fans of soon sharing a video in which he was supposed to review the above-mentioned filmmakers.

Hansal Mehta quickly took notice and reposted his tweet saying, "Don't you dare mess with me. I will not take any slander or abuse lying down. Your bullying will not work with me. Your filth can neither make nor break me. Stay away. Consider this a warning.” Well, Mehta is no mood to stop. After expressing disappointment over the fact that certain Bollywood celebs support KRK, he has now made a petition requesting Amitabh Bachchan to unfollow him. Taking to his Twitter account, Hansal shared the petition and urged all his followers to sign it.

He wrote, "Request Mr. Amitabh Bachchan to unfollow Kamaal R Khan aka KRK on social media. https://t.co/9rGn4FHXAn via @ChangeOrg_India."

Check out the tweet below:


Further, Hansal Mehta also criticised the concept of blind items, which, as per him, is an attempt to tarnish a celebrity's image without any proof. "A lot is toxic in the times we live in. Some of that toxicity exists within the film industry and entertainment media too. Blind items, vicious bashing and a lot of trash masquerading as news adorns tabloids. It has to be fought. Not with whataboutery. One step at a time," wrote Hansal.


image source: instagram/hansalmehta, kamaalrkhan, amitabhbachchan