I am going to Nagpur, will join RSS…, announces KRK who is in controversies

KRK, who has always been in controversies, has officially announced that he is going to join the RSS. He has made this announcement on social media.

Kamal Rashid Khan

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Film critic Kamal Rashid Khan i.e. KRK is always in the headlines for his tweets. Controversies seem to be related to their bodice. However, KRK several times Controversial Tweets Because of this they also get into trouble. Now she is again in the headlines due to a news. Actually, he has announced on social media that he will stop reviewing. And he is going to join RSS very soon.

KRK is about to join RSS

KRK has announced on Twitter that he will review Hrithik Roshan and Saif Ali Khan’s film Vikram Vedha for the last time. By tweeting this, he has surprised people that he is going to join RSS soon. KRK has recently told the fans about it by tweeting. He tweeted that, ‘It is final and confirmed, I will go to Nagpur to officially join RSS.’

People are commenting on social media

After this announcement, people are also making different types of comments on social media. One user commented and wrote that, ‘You are fine in the movie review only.’ At the same time, another user wrote that, ‘We would like to hear the review there too.’ Apart from this, a user even asked KRK for Join Day’s vlog.

KRK to do final review of ‘Vikram Vedha’

KRK had recently given this information by tweeting that, ‘Vikram Vedha’ will be the last film, which he will review. He tweeted that, ‘I had only two options. First that I should leave Mumbai and second that I should stop reviewing films. So I chose the second option because Bollywood people have a lot of political support in Mumbai to file false cases against me.

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