England's star cricketer Sarah Taylor to act opposite KRK in Deshdrohi 2 ? This tweet says so!

Kamaal R Khan's Deshrodhi 2 will be a sequel to his movie Deshdrohi which was released in 2008 and failed at the box office

Self-proclaimed film critic and actor Kamaal R Khan, also known as KRK, bagged the limelight again after he offered a role to star England cricketer Sarah Jane Taylor, popularly known as, Sarah Taylor in his upcoming film in Deshdrohi 2. Kamaal R Khan even called her a ‘Hottie’. Kamaal R Khan’s Deshrodhi 2 will be a sequel to his movie Deshdrohi which was released in 2008 and failed at the box office. Box-office pundits termed Deshdrohi as the worst movie ever in the history of Bollywood.

KRK took to his official Twitter handle to offer a role to England’s wicket keeper-batswoman. KRK wrote: “Hey hottie @Sarah_Taylor30 congts to you n entire England team for wining #ICCWomensWorldCup! I offer u to play Main heroine in #Deshdrohi2!”

KRK’s this remarks came after Indian women cricket team lost to England by nine runs in a nail-biting final of the ICC Women’s World Cup at Lord’s in England on July 23. This was the fourth World Cup title for the English girls. They had earlier emerged champions in 1973, 1993 and 2009.

Earlier, KRK trolled Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar for holding the Indian Flag upside down during the ICC Women’s World Cup Final. KRK tweeted: “See, how good are Canadian ppl dat they are not calling Canadian Akshay Kumar a Deshdrohi, while he is holding Indian flag instead of Canada.”

“Wiki has amended Akshay Kumar’s nationality Indian Canadian upon the request of the actor. Means Indian born Canadian n it’s 100% correct.”

“Bro @akshaykumar Agar Aap Indian Hote, Toh Indian flag Ulta Kabhi Nahi Pakadte. But a Canadian can’t understand difference in Ulta-Seedha!.” KRK wrote.

Electing to bat first, England produced a competitive total of 228 for seven in their 50 overs.

The Indian eves rode on half-centuries from opener Punam Raut and Harmanpreet Kaur to almost overhaul the target. But Indian batting collapsed and they lost seven quick wickets in just 28 runs.