Updated: February 22, 2017 3:10:57 pm
Every family has one — that pain-in-the-rear uncle who always comes out with the wrong one. Inappropriate jokes, salacious gossip or taking on everyone, this uncle is unstoppable. For Bollywood, that uncle is Kamaal R Khan. The self-styled critic has a take on everyone in the industry and is ready to fight on social media at the drop of the hat. But in Swara Bhaskar, he has found his match. Without losing her cool or getting down to his level, the actor managed to give an epic reply with elan. As the poster of Swara’s next, Anarkali of Aarah, was revealed by Karan Johar, her timeline was filled with congratulatory messages. But expect KRK to come up with something completely different and particularly nasty. And this time, he took on Anarkali of Aarah.
WATCH VIDEO | Swara Bhaskar Slams Kamaal R Khan’s Unflattering Tweet On Anarkali Of Aarah
Karan tweeted, “Well done @ReallySwara for constantly breaking ground!! 24th march is the date guys ! For this new world and engaging film!!! pic.twitter.com/3zmuUvOIrO.” In reply to this, KRK wrote, “Sir @karanjohar it will not be a flop or washout, but it will be super duper disaster of the year coz KRK says so.”
Without losing her cool or dignity, Swara tweeted, “Kuch logon ki gaali, compliment hoti hai! :) Thanks @kamaalrkhan the unasked filth u spew is a character certificate for us! 🙏🏿 Appreciated.” Not that it shut up KRK (like anything can) but as far as comebacks go, it was pure gold.
Read KRK, Swara’s tweet exchange over Anarkali of Aarah here
— KRK (@kamaalrkhan) February 20, 2017
— Swara Bhaskar (@ReallySwara) February 20, 2017
“Madam @ReallySwara I don’t give Gaali to anybody, neither given you Gaali. I am just talking about a crap film as a critic so just chill,” KRK replied, adding, “Actually you @ReallySwara should be happy that #TheBrandKRK, the no.1 critic in the world is talking about ur film whatever it’s good or bad.” Now, wait for special KRK review of Swara’s Anarkali of Aarah!
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