KRK’s Twitter hacked after he mocks Salman Khan, ‘Tubelight’

Kamaal R Khan aka KRK is infamous for making outrageous remarks about celebrities, but this time around, he got a taste of his own medicine. The funny thing was that it wasn’t others, but his own unsavoury tweets were redirected at him.

The self-proclaimed movie critic later claimed that his account was hacked and informed about it asking followers to ignore the tweets.

It happened after KRK recently criticised Salman Khan and his upcoming film ‘Tubelight’, after the film’s teaser was released online. He wrote, “According to news Director Kabir Khan mixed 4 films to make Khichdi #Tubelight n Any Khichdi film hasn’t worked till date at the box office [sic].”  

He also started a poll on the micro-blogging site to know who is the “bad actor” and strangely the results showed Salman Khan. “Survey result- Salman khan is no.1 bad actor in Bollywd so it's proof that good acting can't make anyone super star,” he tweeted.

Irked by KRK’s comments and criticism of the superstar, users claiming to be Salman Khan fans, hacked into KRK’s account and wrote abusive and profane tweets on his timeline, and also asked other users to retweet so that KRK’s account may be deleted permanently.

Upon realising that his account has been hacked, KRK notified his followers about it and deleted the abusive tweets. However, twitteratis slammed him and made fun of him, calling it another of his publicity stunts.

KRK wrote, “My Account is hacked so pls ignore all tweets. Trying to get control of my account.”

Following are a few tweets in response to KRK’s above statement:

“@kamaalrkhan Lol free ki publicity you must be searching for as now your cheap thrills are hardly getting any damn!”

“@kamaalrkhan Jeesnay bhi yh kiya hai keep it up... bohut acha kiya.. Ek do Bakwaas meri taraf say bhi likna.....”

“@kamaalrkhan Waise bhi aapke tweets kaun seriously leta hain kamaal bhai.”

“@kamaalrkhan How to know this tweet by KRK or hacker?”

“@kamaalrkhan Hacker tweets better than you.. Keep as it is.”