I am KRK’ son Faisal Kamaal. Some people are torturing to kill my father in Mumbai. I am just 23years old living in London. I don’t know how to help my father. I request @juniorbachchan @Riteishd and @Dev_Fadnavis ji to save my father’s life. Me n my sister will die without him.— Kamal Rashid Kumar (@kamaalrkhan) September 8, 2022
Film critic and former actor Kamaal R Khan, widely known as KRK, is going through a rough patch on a personal front. He was arrested not once but twice and was produced before the court on September 4. Kamaal on September 8 got his bail. Amidst this, his 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.
He tweeted, "I am KRK’ son Faisal Kamaal. Some people are torturing to kill my father in Mumbai. I am just 23years old living in London. I don’t know how to help my father. I request @juniorbachchan @Riteishd and @Dev_Fadnavis ji to save my father’s life. Me n my sister will die without him.” In the next follow-up tweet, he added, “Because he is our life. I request public also to support my father to save his life. We don’t want him to die like #SushantSinghRajput #WeStandWithKRK.” ALSO READ: Kamaal Rashid Khan Aka KRK Hospitalised As He Complains Of Chest Pain After His Arrest For Controversial Tweet-Report
For the unversed, KRK, who is known for taking digs at Bollywood celebs and Hindi films on Twitter, was arrested in connection with an old tweet where he made derogatory remarks against late actors Irrfan and Rishi Kapoor. He 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.
Kamaal R Khan was granted bail in both cases on executing a Personal Bond of Rs 15,000. Also, he can’t leave Mumbai without permission of the court and can’t tamper with prosecution evidence or contact the witnesses.