Kmaal R Khan aka KRK is known to be the internet-Twitter-troll of India. More than enough people cannot stand his distasteful comments against actors, artists and talented people of the country. But there are some people who can too… either way his comments exceed ‘gossip’ and are simply inhumane.
The good things is though that at least one human has taken the stance to notice the problem like all of us, but is taking action to fix it.
As read on an article on The Huffington Post…
Vikram Bhatt a known director of Indian Cinema has filed a petition to get KRK off Twitter-verse, and here are a few of the many reasons…
It all starts with a conversation between KRK and Vikram Bhatt on Twitter after the release of Bhatt’s film Love Games. After this he made absurd comments towards Bhatt on the film 1920 London which he did not writer, direct, or produce. KRK was pointing fingers and calling Bhatt a fraud, pimp, and other obscene names. At this time Bhatt couldn’t care less because KRK’s business is all about ranting, and that’s what he was doing, his job. But at the same time Bhatt is not the only person he has insulted, KRK has insulted many renowned artists of the industry like: Madhuri Dixit-Nene, Sunny Leone, Huma Qureshi, Alia Bhatt, Parineeti Chopra, Bipasha Basu and Nargis Fakhri.
The only way Viram was able to refute the problem at the time was by posting on Facebook: KAMAAL R. KHAN AND MY IMMINENT MUD WRESTLE!
You can read the post in detail, but what stood out the most to me was this,
When you don’t stand up and fight the rumors that are being perpetrated about you, your silence gives these rumors the fodder they need to seem like the truth to the people around you. I knew then that I had to fight, if not for for anything else then at least my daughter’s tears.
There are two types of Rumors- one where all our gossip columns talk about who is with who, and who is kissing who. And then there’s the type KRK creates which is publicly demeaning someones hard work. Each and every individual has a different journey in life to get where they want to be, and publicly discussing to over a million people about this is only feeding non-relevent information about who they really are.
Of course being humane doesn’t phase KRK one bit and this is his response once Vikram decided to file a petition to get him off Twitter.
KRK is such a shameless and heartless man should absolutely be taken off Twitter and probably any social platform in general.
The sleazeball of course reacts to the petition being filed against him and reports to his favorite spot, Twitter to voice his thoughts.
It is true, one must stand up to make a difference. I think this is something we all already know by now after seeing an immense amount of films, and change in this world. Removing the atrocious characterless troll off Twitter would make a huge difference and less of a confusion in gossip-town of B-town.
We must fight because all those who found Salman Khan’s one comment on rape distasteful have been quiet about this man [KRK] for years. I don’t understand why…
This past Tuesday, Vikram intiated an online petition on Change.org addressed to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to take KRK’s account completely down. The petition has gathered 1,615 votes as of now. You too can sign the petition and stand by Vikram Bhatt to remove Twitter’s biggest troll, Kamaal R Khan.