KRK Deletes His ‘I’m Back For My Vengeance’ Tweet, Says He Has ‘Forgotten Whatever Bad Happened With Me’; Netizens React: ‘Maar Maar K Sujha Dia Gya Inka’

KRK was arrested in Mumbai by Malad Police for making derogatory remarks over Rishi Kapoor and Irrfan Khan‘s demise back in April 2020

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KRK Deletes His ‘I’m Back For My Vengeance’ Tweet, Says He Has ‘Forgotten Whatever Bad Happened With Me’; Netizens React: ‘Maar Maar K Sujha Dia Gya Inka’
Bollywood’s self-acclaimed critic and actor Kamaal Rashid Khan, popularly known as KRK, had a change of heart. The 47-year-old star and social media personality finally deleted his “I’m back for my vengeance” tweet which he had posted after being released from jail on bail. 

He later tweeted, “Media is creating new stories. I’m back and safe at my home. I don’t need any revenge from anyone. I’ve forgotten whatever bad thing happened with me. I believe…it was written in my destiny.”


For the unaware, KRK was arrested in Mumbai by Malad Police for making derogatory remarks over Rishi Kapoor and Irrfan Khan‘s demise back in April 2020. The controversy king was arrested following his arrival at Mumbai Airport and was booked under various sections of the Indian Penal Code including 153 (giving provocation with intent to cause riot), 500 (punishment for defamation), and several provisions of the Information Technology Act. 

Sadly, KRK is going through a rough patch on a professional front. Following his arrest not once but twice and was produced before the court on September 4.

Amid all the stirring developments, KRK’s son Faisal Kamaal, who lives in London, has claimed that his father’s life is in danger and that 'people are torturing to kill' his father in Mumbai. 

Faisal tweeted from Kamaal’s Twitter handle, seeking help from Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and Bollywood actors Abhishek Bachchan and Riteish Deshmukh. 

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