KRK Claims He Lost His 20% Memory After Spending 10 Days In Jail; Says, ‘If I Die, Remember What They Did With Sushant Singh Rajput, Now Doing It With Me'

KRK in his latest tweet claims he has lost 20% of his memory because of not eating anything during his 10 days stay in jail

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KRK Claims He Lost His 20% Memory After Spending 10 Days In Jail; Says, ‘If I Die, Remember What They Did With Sushant Singh Rajput, Now Doing It With Me'
Self-proclaimed film critic Kamaal R Khan, popularly known as KRK, has been making headlines ever since he was granted bail in two separate cases. Last month, he announced his decision to quit reviewing films after Hrithik Roshan’s Vikram Vedha. Now, KRK has made some other shocking claims. In his latest tweet, he stated that he has lost 20% of his memory after spending 10 days in jail without food. Not just that Kamaal even mentioned that doctors told him he can’t get it back but instead can lose more in the future.

KRK also alleged that he was put on the same trial as the late actor Sushant Singh Rajput. On Sunday, i.e. October 2, he tweeted, “I had lost my 20% memory in jail, where I was living without eating anything for 10 days. According to my doctors, I can’t get it back but I can lose more in the future. If I die, then public must remember that first they did it with #SushantSinghRajput and now doing it with me.” Many netizens flocked to the comments section of his tweet and asked him to expose the murders of Sushant. While some trolled him for comparing himself to SSR, others called him ‘nautanki.’ ALSO READ: WHAT! KRK To QUIT Reviewing Films After Hrithik Roshan’s Vikram Vedha, Says, ‘Thanks To Bollywood For Filing Cases To Stop My Reviews’




Last month Kamaal was arrested over his controversial tweet in 2020 where he allegedly used derogatory remarks against late actors Rishi Kapoor and Irrfan Khan. KRK again got arrested on September 3 for a molestation case filed against him by an actress and model. He was granted bail in both cases on executing a Personal Bond of Rs 15,000 and under several Court conditions.