KRK Takes A Dig At Pathaan’s Director Siddharth Anand, Says, ‘He Can’t Make A Good Film, He Only Knows To Copy Foreign Films’

Kamaal R Khan aka KRK takes a nasty dig at Siddharth Anand ahead of the trailer release of his film ‘Pathaan’

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KRK Takes A Dig At Pathaan’s Director Siddharth Anand, Says, ‘He Can’t Make A Good Film, He Only Knows To Copy Foreign Films’
Shah Rukh Khan is gearing up for the release of his upcoming film ‘Pathaan’ which reunites him with gorgeous Deepika Padukone after many years. Siddharth Anand's directorial received flak and stirred up controversies after the release of its first song ‘Besharam Rang’ which showed Deepika in a saffron bikini. Amidst all this chaos, former actor Kamaal R Khan aka KRK continues to take a dig at the film. In his new tweet, he slammed filmmaker Siddharth saying he "can’t make a good film."

The self-proclaimed film critic also alleged that the filmmaker only knows to copy big scenes from foreign movies. KRK tweeted, “After watching #war again, I can say with 100% guarantee that director #SidhartAnand can’t make a good film. He doesn’t know anything about script at all. He only knows to copy big scenes of foreign films. Nobody can jhelo war 2nd time, not even @TwitterSupport!.” ALSO READ: WHAT! KRK Suggests Shah Rukh Khan Not To Do ‘Pathaan’ As He Predicts Film To Be A Sure Shot Disaster; King Khan Fans SLAMS Him



His tweet comes hours before the release of Pathaan’s highly-awaited trailer. This is not the first time that KRK has attacked the Shah Rukh Khan starrer, earlier he had predicted the film to be a big disaster at the box office. In his old tweet that he posted last year, Kamaal mentioned he even suggested King Khan to not do this film.

On a related note, ‘Pathaan’ is bankrolled by Yash Raj Films and marks Shah Rukh’s comeback to films after a gap of four years. The 57-year-old will be seen in a full action-packed avatar for the first time on the big screen and SRK has left no stone unturned to perfect his role. The movie also stars John Abraham in a pivotal role and will hit the theatres on January 25, 2023.