Salman Khan VS Kamaal R Khan: ‘Radhey’ is not a review of the film, due to this, a defamation suit has been filed against KRK
Kamal R Khan recently tweeted that Salman Khan has sent him a defamation notice. Now DSK Legal Firm, counsel for Salman Khan and Salman Khan Ventures, has issued an official statement that the case will be released on the film ‘Radhey: Not against the review of ‘Your Most Wanted Bhai’, but the allegations have been filed continuously by KRK on Salman Khan.
The statement said that KRK is making false allegations against Salman Khan that Salman Khan is corrupt and his brand Bing Human is also involved in fraud. It is alleged that due to the review of his film Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai, he has been sent a defamation notice. This is the wrong thing.
This case has been filed against KRK because he is continuously making false allegations against Salman Khan. Corruption in them. Also included are allegations of Salman Khan’s brand Being Human being involved in such things as fraud and money laundering. He is also calling the Salman Khan film a ‘dacoit’. KRK is trying to discredit Salman Khan. So that they get attention.
The statement also said that KRK’s lawyer has said in the court that now he will not give any disputed statement against Salman Khan. The statement reads, ‘Kamal R Khan’s lawyer said in court that Kamal R Khan Social We will not issue any disputed statement on the media till the next date.
On Wednesday, KRK made several tweets appealing to Salman Khan’s father Salim Khan. He wrote, ‘Respected Salim Khan Sahab, I am not here to end Salman Khan’s films or his career. I would review if I knew. If Salman Khan is upset with my review, then I will not review.
If he used to ask me not to review my films, then I do not review his films. There is no need to file a case for this that I will review his films. Don’t, Salim sir, I am not here to bother anyone. I will not review their films in the future. Please do not ask them to take the case further. I will also delete my video. Thank you, Salim sir. ‘