I quit. #VikramVedha is the last film, I will review. Thank you all for trusting my reviews n making me the biggest critic in the history of Bollywood. Thanks to all the Bollywood ppl also for not accepting me as a critic but filing so many cases against me to stop my reviews.— KRK (@kamaalrkhan) September 24, 2022
Kamaal R Khan, popularly known as KRK, has decided to quit reviewing films after Hrithik Roshan and Saif Ali Khan’s Vikram Vedha. Yes, you read that right! KRK will not be reviewing any film post this actioner as he announced his retirement from movie reviews. To note, 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. Several other cases were filed against KRK, who is released on a bail.
Self-proclaimed film critic took to his Twitter handle to announce his decision and stated that 'VikramVedha' would be the last film that he will review. KRK also asserted that Bollywood never accepted him as a critic but instead filed many cases against him to stop his film reviews. Kamaal tweeted, “I quit. #VikramVedha is the last film, I will review. Thank you all for trusting my reviews n making me the biggest critic in the history of Bollywood. Thanks to all the Bollywood ppl also for not accepting me as a critic but filing so many cases against me to stop my reviews.” ALSO READ: KRK’s Life Is In DANGER, Claims His Son, Says, ‘Don’t Want Him To Die Like Sushant Singh Rajput;’ Asks Devendra Fadnavis, Abhishek Bachchan For Help
Interestingly, this is not the first time when he took the decision to quit reviewing films. Earlier, he made similar claims during the release of Aamir Khan’s Laal Singh Chaddha.
Meanwhile, after his arrest over his old controversial tweet, KRK again got arrested on September 3 for a molestation case filed against him by an actress and model. In her complaint, she alleged that he tried to have sex with her at his house. He was granted bail in both cases on executing a Personal Bond of Rs 15,000 and under several Court conditions.