We all have seen Shah Rukh Khan dancing to glory in the Fan anthem, which became quite popular ahead of the release of YRF’s film with the same name. But what when Shah Rukh is replaced in the video with none other than Kamal Rashid Khan, popularly known as KRK? Undoubtedly, the Fan anthem becomes a ban anthem.
In a spoof video released in 2016 by Shudh Desi Videos channel on YouTube, KRK’s face has been superimposed on Shah Rukh Khan’s. The lyrics of the Jabra song has also been ‘customised’ to suit KRK, who was banned by microblogging site Twitter after a tiff with Bollywood superstars.
The spoof song also refers to movie reviews by KRK, which often carry abusive words and are mostly distasteful in nature.
He had accused Aamir Khan for the suspension of his Twitter handle. He had criticised Aamir Khan’s Secret Superstar that depicts the beautiful relationship between a supportive mother and her ambitious daughter. He went on to make personal remarks against Aamir by reportedly tweeting, “if u r not a good father or ur father was not a good father whom u never respected then don’t say dat we don’t love children (sic).”
The former Bigg Boss contestant has been (in)famous for trolling, abusing and shaming celebrities online. Ahead of the release of Ajay Devgn’s Shivaay, KRK had spoken ill about the film. This irked Devgn and what happened subsequently is history.
KRK’s tweets have offended not just fans of Bollywood celebrities but of actors and filmmakers from South too. He had made nasty comments about Malayalam superstar Mohanlal and even about SS Rajamouli’s epic magnum opus Baahubali.
He had also taken a did at Kapil Sharma and other film personalities like Swara Bhasker, Vikram Bhatt, Alia Bhatt and Sunny Leone.
Rangoli Chandel, Kangana Ranaut’s sister too had an argument with KRK over his tweets.