Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, July 22
Actor, and self-proclaimed critic, Kamaal Rashid Khan, also known as KRK, is known for his controversial tweets and videos.
KRK has harshly reacted to the recent arrest of Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty's husband, Raj Kundra.
Taking to Twitter, KRK wrote: "If you have to earn money to run your house by making porn films, then you are most poor person in this world. It shows that you have earned money through some bad ways.'
Not stopping here, KRK also reacted to actor Kangana Ranaut's statement where she called B-town 'gutter'.
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He adds: 'I don’t have any problem if #KanganaRanaut calls Bollywood a gutter. But I just want to ask her that what she is doing in that gutter? She should live in her beautiful city Manali instead of gutter. Aakhir Kangana Ki Kaya majboori hai, Iss Gutter main Rahne Ki?'
I don’t have any problem if #KanganaRanaut calls Bollywood a gutter. But I just want to ask her that what she is doing in that gutter? She should live in her beautiful city Manali instead of gutter. Aakhir Kangana Ki Kaya majboori hai, Iss Gutter main Rahne Ki? https://t.co/KwrXNYGwnM— KRK (@kamaalrkhan) July 21, 2021
For the unversed, Raj Kundra has been sent into police custody till July 23. He was arrested on Monday night on charges of creating pornographic content and publishing the same through mobile applications.
Earlier in the day, YouTuber Puneet Kaur has opened up against arrested businessman Raj Kundra saying he had approached her via social media direct messaging for his mobile app, through which pornography content produced by him was reportedly published.
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