KRK Takes U-Turn As He Deletes His ‘Vengeance’ Post, Now Tweets “Don’t Need Any Revenge”; Netizens React “Maar Maar Ke Inka Suja Dia”

While Brahmastra made a substantial amount of money on its opening weekend, KRK’s Kamaal R Khan critique was overlooked by internet users.

For the uninitiated, the self-described critic was incarcerated for almost two weeks before being released on bail. His supporters have been pleading with him to review the Ranbir Kapoor-starring movie ever since he was let go.

But in a startling development, Kamaal has chosen to keep quiet. You must read the information below.

For those who are unaware, Kamaal was detained as a result of his disparaging tweets about Bollywood actors and a molestation charge made by a model-actress.

He was just released on bail, and yesterday he drew attention to himself on Twitter by writing, “I am returning for my vengeance.”

धमकी देने के कुछ घंटे बाद ही बदले KRK के सुर, लोग बोले- मैंने सुना बॉलीवुड  वालों ने आपको बहुत मारा

KRK startled everyone by deleting his yesterday’s tweet and making a U-turn in the midst of expectations that he would disparage Brahmastra and Karan Johar. Kamaal recently tweeted, “Media is generating fresh stories.

I’ve returned home and am secure. I don’t want anyone’s retaliation. Whatever unfortunate incident involved me, I can’t remember. I think it was preordained for me.

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