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20 April 2017, 02:22 | Melissa Porter
Kamaal R Khan ATTACKS Mohanlal on Twitter ends up getting TROLLED himself
Kamaal R Khan is back to doing what he knows best, that is, to put his foot into his mouth.
Trust Kamaal R Khan to never learn from his mistakes. This time he has targeted South Indian actor Mohanlal.
KRK posted a series of tweets mocking the actor who has an ocean of fan following not only in the state of Kerala but across the world. Apparently, financier BR Shetty wants to make a Mahabharat based movie with Bheem's point of view starring Mohanlal as the lead.
When Mohanlal's Rs 1000 crore Mahabharata was announced, fans went into a frenzy.
On Tuesday night, KRK tweeted that the Malayalam superstar looks like a Chota Bheem compared to the character of Bheema. "It will be a biggest insult of Bheem if this joker plays the role of greatest Bheem".
This had Malayalis showering comments in plenty under his Facebook posts, which perhaps prompted KRK to withdraw his attack on Mohanlal. Because he has 3.7 million followers compared to Mohanlal's 1.7 million. As "Reply" tweets, they have been hurling verbal stones at this remark and some even mock at KRK for comparing him to amusing characters. After all, there's no such thing as bad publicity.
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