Kamaal R Khan, aka KRK, has shifted his goal post from Bollywood to cricket, this time targetting Virat Kohli for India’s loss against Sri Lanka in the ongoing Champions Trophy. The self-proclaimed Bollywood critic not just attacked Kohli for his performance, he went ahead to say that the team lost because the team captain was partying with Vijay Mallya, the beleaguered businessman who fled India after defaulting on loans worth Rs 9000 crore.
Taking to Twitter KRK said: “Bro @imVkohli fraud n wanted @TheVijayMallya Ke Sath party Karoge Toh Result Toh Yahi Hona hai! Gareebon Ki Haai Toh Jeetne Nahi Degi!”
— KRK (@kamaalrkhan) June 8, 2017
Currently one of the world’s leading batsmen, Kohli got out on a duck against Sri Lanka on Thursday. And KRK wasn’t going to be the one to spare Kohli for the miss. Tweeting to Kohli he said that the captain got out without scoring but said that Indian team could have scored more runs, yet again saying he should invite Mallya.
In a country where cricket is considered a religion, Twitter wasn’t going to spare this Deshdrohi actor in any manner. Twitter decided to give him a burn, and how!
@kamaalrkhan Agar Haaye sach mai lgti hai toh bhai tu ab tk zinda kyo hai ___
— Mandeep Rana (@mandeeprana619) June 8, 2017
Bhaago yahan se.
— Oshin (@OshinMurjani) June 8, 2017
Abbey. Ye game hai. Haar jeet hoti rahegi.. Par tu jis basan khara hai ussi mein kyun chedh karaha hai.. Proud to be INDIA..
— Yaseen Ahmed (@Yaseen_indian) June 8, 2017
teri soch per taras aata hai krk_
— kanishka chadda (@kanishkachadda) June 8, 2017
Khud ja maidaan me aur khel ,instead of tweeting here and blaming @imVkohli .. shame on you ..
— Neha (@Neha_santani10) June 8, 2017
Tu peetega kisina kisise …. Chombu kahin ka ____
— Priyanka (@pribs2612) June 9, 2017
— Pinkesh Singh (@PinkeshSingh16) June 8, 2017
Stop criticizing and get a Life. You talk as if the movies which you acted in was a hit. And @imVkohli doesn't give a damn about your tweets
— Chrisler Machado (@LaughingDoggy) June 8, 2017
His reference to Mallya comes after the businessman attended a ‘charity dinner’ organised by Virat Kohli’s foundation recently. However, as per reports, the national cricket team including the skipper, maintained a safe distance from him at the event. The caution comes after Mallya, the fugitive businessman who has taken a refuge in England, was spotted at the India vs Pakistan match at Edgbaston. His presence at the match and his interaction with many cricketers including former Indian captain Sunil Gavaskar had come under severe criticism.
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