Kamaal R Khan, otherwise popularly known as KRK has again landed himself in trouble for making derogatory comments online. The forty-five-year-old actor is known for making unnecessarily controversial remarks about fellow actors and public figures. The target of his comments this time were about late legendary actors, Rishi Kapoor, and Irrfan Khan. Both the actors passed away recently after battling diseases for a long period of time. The country all throughout mourned the loss of such diverse talent, but Kamal R Khan had different ideas.
KRK announced the hospitalization of Rishi Kapoor and made the unnecessary comment that the actor must not die as liquor stores were soon to open, and such a correlative should not go waste. The comment was made in poor taste, harping on the rumors of Mr. Kapoor’s alcoholism and love for the tinted beverages. The actor also commented on Irfan Khan’s death by stating that the legendary actor had taken money from many producers and signed various commitments and was now not bound by any obligation despite accepting huge sums of money. Both the comments received negative traction and Kamal R Khan was socially called out for his remarks.
As indicated by a report in PTI, KRK had supposedly tweeted on April 30 to declare Rishi Kapoor's hospitalization and said that the on-screen character must not kick the bucket as wine shops were set to open soon. Concerning Irrfan, KRK had gone after the entertainer and stated, "Irrfan Khan abundances with his makers and doesn't carry on in a way with them. He took cash from the makers yet didn't finish the shooting of numerous movies."
"We have enrolled an FIR against Kamaal R Khan for offering disparaging comments about both the perished entertainers under area 294 (discipline for profane acts or words in broad daylight) and different arrangements of the IPC," a senior police official told PTI.
The film business endured a monstrous misfortune on 29 April 2020 as Irrfan capitulated to colon contamination. In under 24 hours, veteran entertainer Rishi Kapoor died after his decade-long fight with leukemia.