Mika Singh Reveals He Once Yelled At KRK For Making False Statements Against Sara Ali Khan

Mika Singh who is all set to release a song 'KRK Kutta' revealed that he once shouted at him over statements on Sara Ali Khan. Read on!

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Mika Singh Reveals He Once Yelled At KRK For Making False Statements Against Sara Ali Khan
Singer Mika Singh has been creating a huge buzz lately. As many are aware, the singer sided with Salman Khan when self-claimed critic Kamaal R Khan targeted the Dabangg actor. In a series of tweets, he said that KRK only targets soft hearted people in Bollywood and he won't mess with him, calling himself KRK's daddy. And now, he revealed that he once yelled at KRK for making false statements against Sara Ali Khan.

Speaking to TOI, he said, 'A lot of actors have complained to me about KRK in the past and I had even yelled at him several times, even when he had spoken wrongly about Sara Ali Khan.' He further added that he has a good relationship with Salman Khan and at the same time, 'it is my responsibility to call out wrong things, since I am a part of the same industry. Everyone should have united and spoken out much before.'

Adding to that, he said that KRK says nasty stuff to get attention, so that he keeps getting publicity. 'He makes personal attacks, he starts attacking family members. This is wrong.' For the uninitiated, Mika is all set to release a new song titled 'KRK Kutta' claiming the song is meant to be a befitting reply to KRK.

Talking about the song the singer said that it is important to fix KRK because 'it is very difficult to clear your name from these personal attacks that he makes against actors, directors, producers. In fact, KRK got so scared after my announcement that he called up Toshi Sabri to inquire about the song.'





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