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KRK Wants Prabhas Not Mohanlal as Bheem; Gets Slammed on Twitter

Updated: April 20, 2017, 4:06 PM IST
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KRK Wants Prabhas Not Mohanlal as Bheem; Gets Slammed on Twitter
Image: A file photo of Mohanlal, KRK

Kamaal R Khan, known more for his demeaning comments than anything else, has been in the news for all the wrong things. The self-claimed critic doesn't deter from his antics and keeps coming up with something or the other.

This time, he decided to troll popular Malayalam actor Mohanlal, and compared him to Chota Bheem. "Sir @Mohanlal you look like Chota Bheem so then how will u play role of Bheem in Mahabharata? Why do you want to waste money of B R shetty?," he wrote.

Soon after this, Twitterati and specifically the Malayalam community began criticising KRK for his comment.

But this didn't stop him from taking digs at the actor. In a series of following tweets, KRK took jibes at Mohanlal and said that his Twitter following is much more than that of the actor's and that makes him a bigger star. "U idiot fans of @Mohanlal Aka Laalten Aka Chota Bheem, he has 1.7million follower n I have 3.7million. Calculate to know who is bigger star," he wrote.

In another tweet that didn't go too well with the fans, KRK shared a picture of Mohanlal and said that it'll be the "biggest insult of Bheem if this joker plays role of greatest Bheem".

KRK also maintained that Prabhas is the only actor in India who can play Bheem in the much-anticipated The Mahabharata.

He further took jibes at his fans and called them uneducated and old fashioned and even referred to them as "lukkhas and Mawalis."

"Mohanlal is using Facebook n it's proof how old fashioned he is n of course his fans are lukkhas, Mawalis, uneducated who also use Facebook," he wrote.

He further added that modern educated people use Twitter and not Facebook. "Modern, intelligent and educated ppl use @twitter while Mawalis, uneducated and old thinking ppl like Mohanlal still use Facebook only."

A UAE-based Indian businessman is reportedly investing Rs 1,000 crore to produce India's biggest ever motion picture, The Mahabharata. Directed by VA Shrikumar Menon, the magnum opus will feature Mohanlal as Bhima.

First Published: April 20, 2017, 3:51 PM IST
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