KRK takes credit for the reported loss of 95 crore for the Zee’s last big film ‘Radhe’

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Published by Swathy S on 16 Jun 2021

On Wednesday, the actor and self acclaimed critic, Kamaal R Khan also known as KRK, seems to take credit for reports of the last big film of Zee Studio registering a loss of Rs. 95 crore. He has been involved in a legal disagreement with the actor Salman Khan,  who accused him of defamation following the release of the film Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai.

Kamaal R Khan in one of his interviews has criticized the film debuted directly on the pay-per-view service ZeePlex. Salman Khan’s legal team had told that it is for allegations of corruption that KRK made against Salman. While KRK maintains that Salman’s action is in reprisal of the review.

KRK has commented on his tweet as “According to media reports #Zee is having loss of 95 Cr for last big released film. All credit goes to The No.1 critic in the world. Love you people!” where he has addressed neither Salman nor himself.

In another tweet , he has added that “This Bollywood Ka Gunda Bhai thinks that he is having fans. What a joke! Abe Tere fans Sirf Mars par Bache Hain, zameen Par Kahin Nahi Hain! Tu ab apni film Mars par release Kar (Your fans exist only on Mars, not on Earth. Release your films on Mars)”.

KRK has also entered into a Twitter fight with Mika Singh (singer) regarding the Radhe controversy. The singer publicly supported Salman Khan and criticised KRK for making personal attacks in the reviews.

The Mint report has quoted a trade analyst who said that “It’s a mass-market film so there is likely to be a big satellite television premiere with lots of advertising, that could bring in Rs. 50-60 crore. But the company is still looking at a shortfall of Rs. 70-80 crore”.

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