Former actor Kamaal Rashid Khan appears to be extending an olive department in direction of actor Salman Khan. After their brief authorized battle and KRK’s latest arrest in Mumbai, he has mentioned in a brand new tweet that he would not imagine Salman is to be blamed for it. (Also learn: Kamaal R Khan says he misplaced 10kg in 10 days, ‘survived only on water’ in jail; Twitter asks ‘is it even possible?’)
In September, Kamaal was arrested from Mumbai airport as he returned from Dubai. It was for allegedly demanding sexual favours from a feminine actor and holding the complainant’s hand in January 2019. Kamaal had insinuated after his launch that Salman was the one behind his arrest.
However, he modified his tone in his tweet on Sunday. “I want to inform all media ppl that #SalmanKhan was not behind my arrest as I thought. Peeche Se Koi Aur Khel Kar Gaya (Someone else played the game behind my back). Bhai jaan @BeingSalmanKhan I am really sorry for misunderstanding you. And I apologise if I did hurt you in anyway. I voluntarily decide to not review ur films,” he mentioned in his tweet. He added that even Karan Johar had nothing to do with the arrest. “Many people still think that Karan johar was behind my arrest. And I say again that Karan johar has nothing to do with my arrest. Thanks,” he added.
Earlier, KRK was despatched to 14-day judicial custody by the Borivali Court on August 30. According to the police, KRK was arrested over FIR in opposition to his controversial social media posts again in 2020. The FIR was lodged on the idea of a grievance by Yuva Sena chief Rahul Kanal on April 30, 2020, the place he alleged that KRK’s tweets on the late Irrfan Khan and Rishi Kapoor allegedly unfold “hatred”. Rahul had mentioned within the FIR that an individual named Kamal R Khan is “regularly spreading hatred” on social media.
Salman had earlier filed a defamation case in opposition to KRK. In July final yr, KRK had mentioned that he would cease reviewing his films on social media. A Mumbai court docket quickly restricted KRK from sharing any defamatory posts or movies on Salman. “A good reputation is an element of personal security and is protected by the Constitution equally with the right to the enjoyment of life, liberty and property,” the court docket held. “If the defendant (Kamaal Khan) is permitted to continue the use of such defamatory words against the plaintiff (Salman Khan) they will cause irreparable loss to the image of plaintiff in the society,” it mentioned.
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