Actor Kamal R. Khan often remains in the headlines for his controversial statements and tweets. He keeps commenting on Bollywood actors/actresses and many leaders of the country. Recently, Kamal RK about Akshay Kumar’s film Samrat Prithviraj. Khan is criticizing. Now they make fun of Home Secretary Amit Shah.
KRK wrote on Twitter that ‘Amit Shah ji has become the official critic of the ‘Samrat Prithviraj’ movie review. He praised the story, direction, acting and art direction in his review but the movie is useless and Amit Shah is a super failed critic. Anyone can do politics without education, but not everyone can become a critic of Phil.
People’s reactions: Ashish Sharma wrote that ‘the film’s review is unrelated to Dost’s box office earnings. A movie review always depends on the content and your own mind. A user named Ajay Kumar wrote that ‘Meet him Yeh Hai KRK worst comedian ever’. The negativity begins to spread as soon as he opens his mouth. The life of this person is full of negativity, nothing can happen to him.
Abhijeet wrote that “not everyone is in control of making a seditious film.” Shubham Singh wrote that ‘Are you now afraid of your work?’ A user named Rohit wrote that ‘Okay, anyone with 1 million subscribers can become a reviewer. You have blocked all 4 of my accounts, but I will not bow down.
One user wrote that ‘Now you don’t go for the morning walk bro’. A user named Amit wrote that ‘Stop all that, tell me if Salman Bhai is mentioned in your bio or not. If so, then tell the man that he should ask for the book. A user named Priyanka wrote that ‘What are you saying about her? At least they got some work. He is not sitting around doing nothing like you.
We reported that a special screening of the movie ‘Samrat Prithviraj’ was held in Delhi. Home Minister Amit Shah had also come with his family to see the film. After seeing the film, Amit Shah said that ‘This film reflects the Indian culture of respecting women and empowering them. A cultural awakening started in India in 2014, and it will take India back to the heights where India used to be.