NECK: KRK i.e. Kamal Rashid Khan, who calls himself a trend analyst and critic king, remains in the headlines on social media. KRK likes to target Bollywood films and especially the Khans of the industry every day. This is the reason why he targets someone or the other on social media every day, but amid all this, KRK’s tone has changed and he has been talking about the King Khan of Bollywood for some time now. Shahrukh Khan Are seen praising. Where in the past heyoung‘ While praising the film, he now said something about Shahrukh Khan’s upcoming film which is in the headlines on social media.
KRK praised Shahrukh Khan
Actually, KRK was seen talking about Shahrukh Khan’s film ‘Dinky’. It is expected that this film of Rajkumar Hirani will also prove to be a blockbuster but now KRK has tweeted about Donkey and given his prediction. KRK, who often trolls films, has become crazy about Shahrukh Khan’s film and it is not us but his latest tweet is telling how excited he is about the film.
KRK said this about Dunki
Regarding Rajkumar Hirani’s film, KRK tweeted, “I think the film Dunky will do a business of 700 to 800 crores in India itself, so congratulations to Shahrukh Khan in advance.” People are reacting fiercely to this tweet of KRK and asking what has happened to him that he is praising Shahrukh Khan. People are not lagging behind in taking a dig at KRK.
‘Dinky’ can also be a blockbuster
It is noteworthy that Shahrukh Khan’s ‘Pathan’ was seen making a lot of noise in the beginning of the year itself. Now his recent release film ‘Jawaan’ has also collected Rs 500 crore. In such a situation, there is no doubt as to how much Shahrukh Khan’s influence remains intact at the box office. It is also being said that Shahrukh Khan will soon be seen in Rajkumar Hirani’s film ‘Dinky’ and it can also be a blockbuster.
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