Anurag Kashyap To Display Special Weapon Of KRK

Anurag-Kashyap-KrkKamaal R Khan known for his unwanted comments and defamatory remarks against Bollywood actors has come up with one more new. KRK accused producer Anurag Kashyap and director turned actor of Bombay Velvet Karan Johar on twitter saying that they will offer him money to review their film Bombay Velvet.

KRK posted series of tweet regarding this with a screenshot of the massage where it shows Karan Johar was offering KRK 25 Lakh to rate his film Bombay Velvet four stars. But it definitely showed that it wasn’t Karan Johar behind that message. He tweeted, Oh! So now Karan Johar sir is offering me 25lakh Rs for good review of #BombayVelvet

Putting end to the allegations and controversy by KRK, director Anurag Kashyap at the second trailer launch of Bombay Velvet yesterday said, “KRK has given me an open challenge today that if Bombay Velvet does well, then he would cut off his special weapon. So, we are now planning to send him an ice box, a very specially designed ice-box so that we can keep his special weapon on display at the upcoming Museum of Indian Cinema. We want to preserve it so that we can display India’s most inconsequential critic, KRK’s special weapon. We are sending him the ice box and we will even keep a ticket for viewing KRK’s special weapon.”

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When asked to Karan Johar on these allegations made by KRK, Karan said, ““Do you believe that I sent him that message?”

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Interestingly KRK has comeback with a reply for Anurag Kashyap. He tweeted, Sir @anuragkashyap72 I acepted ur challenge so now confirm tat ur will cut ur hathiyar if #BV is flop n u will cut Hathiyar+Balls if washout

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