Bombay Velvet - RGV calls it Anurag’s ‘Aag’, KRK terms it ‘ch*****pa’

Anurag Kashyap’s latest film ‘Bombay Velvet’ impressed neither the audience nor critics and it turned out to be a major disaster. To top it all, the director’s friend- turned-foe Ram Gopal Verma, joined others with a tirade of tweets calling ‘Bombay Velvet’ Anurag’s ‘Aag’ and also made a comment calling him arrogant.

Anurag had worked with RGV in ‘Satya’ as a co-writer.

Hinting on the director’s expensive project, RGV also tweeted that investing millions of dollars in a film does not make the film a Slumdog Millionaire. A brave Anurag then took it upon himself to counter RGV’s twitter rants and asked him to put the Vodka aside and go to sleep. He then took to Facebook and wrote a message at length saying that his experiment might not have worked with many people but he believed in it totally. He also urged the people to close the chapter and move on.

As if all this was not enough, Kamaal Rashid Khan who is infamous for making cheap comments, described ‘Bombay Velvet’ with a profane term.

KRK, as the ‘Deshdrohi’ actor calls himself drawing a similarity with SRK, is known for making movie review videos and posting them on his YouTube channel. He dissects each and every aspect of a film and then reveals to the audience why a certain film is not worth a watch.

The latest review victim in his hands was ‘Bombay Velvet’ and KRK referred to the Ranbir Kapoor and Anushka starrer with a Hindi cuss word ‘Chutiyapa’.