OMG! KRK Claims Ranveer Singh’s Career Is Over, Shah Rukh, Aamir-Salman Are Finished; Says ‘Kartik Aaryan Is Only Hope Of Bollywood Now’

KRK claims the careers of actors Ranveer Singh, Khans of Bollywood, and John Abraham are over

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OMG! KRK Claims Ranveer Singh’s Career Is Over, Shah Rukh, Aamir-Salman Are Finished; Says ‘Kartik Aaryan Is Only Hope Of Bollywood Now’
Self-proclaimed film critic and former actor Kamaal R Khan aka KRK is known to make controversial statements about celebrities. Never goes a day when he does not mock or take a dig at our B-town celebrities and Hindi films. Keeping up with this trajectory, KRK in his latest tweet, claimed that the careers of Ranveer Singh, and Khans of Bollywood -Shah Rukh, Aamir, and Salman are over. Not just that, Kamaal went on to call Shahid Kapoor a flopster’.

KRK alleged Kapoor is demanding a whopping amount of Rs. 50 crore fees for films. He even asserted John Abraham is totally finished. As per KRK, Kartik Aaryan is the only hope of Bollywood right now. He tweeted, “Bollywood is in big problem right now. @Varun_dvn has become web series actor. @vickykaushal09 has become #OTT actor. #RanveerSingh’s career is over. John is totally finished. Flopster Shahid asks 50Cr fees. Khans are also finished. Only Kartik is the hope of Bollywood now.” ALSO READ: WHAT! KRK Compares Shah Rukh Khan To A TikTok Star Yet Shames The Internet For Threatening Him- READ TWEET

While many netizens agreed with KRK, some users brutally troll him saying he should deliver a blockbuster movie.



Interestingly, Ranveer’s latest offering ‘Cirkus’ has not just failed miserably at the box office but it also could not impress the audience despite huge expectations. 

On the other hand, Kartik is indeed giving tough competition to his contemporaries by delivering back-to-back super-hit movies. His second last release ‘Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2’ smashed all records at the ticket window and made him a super successful star overnight. To note, the Hindi film industry is currently witnessing a dark phase as blockbuster films are failing to make a mark.