After locking horns with superstar Salman Khan who had filed a defamation case against him, Kamaal R Khan has been quite active on social media. The self-proclaimed reviewer received a lot of criticism after he bashed Salman’s recently released film, Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai. However, the lawyers have maintained that the case is for the allegations of money laundering he has levelled against the actor. Now, amidst the ugly spat KRK once again took to his Twitter handle and this time, he revealed that actor Arjun Kapoor called him and they had a long discussion.
He even called the actor his ‘real friend’ and the ‘real mard’ who is not scared to take a stand. That’s not it, Kamaal who is often seen bashing Arjun for his films and acting assured that he will never criticise his films. Taking to Twitter, Kamaal wrote, “Thank you so much @arjunk26 Bhai for your call and long discussion. Now I understood that you are only my real friend in Bollywood. And you are only real MARD who is not scared of anyone. Now I will never ever criticise your film.” In one of the seasons of Karan With Koffee, when Arjun and Ranveer Singh graced the show, in one segment, the Ishqbaaz actor revealed how KRK told that ‘if Arjun Kapoor can become an actor then anyone can become one.’
Earlier, Khan thanked actor Govinda for extending support to him. But he clarified that he never had any chat with Kamaal for years. He even stated KRK must have gotten confused with another person with the same name. Later on, the so-called critic mentioned that he was talking about his close friend and not about him.
Thank you so much @arjunk26 Bhai for your call and long discussion. Now I understood that you are only my real friend in Bollywood. And you are only real MARD who is not scared of anyone. Now I will never ever criticise your film.— KRK (@kamaalrkhan) June 4, 2021
Image source: Instagram/ kamaalrkhan/ arjunkapoor
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