KRK took to Twitter on Thursday and tagged Govinda in his tweet. He revealed that he was not talking about him, but he was talking about his friend.
KRK tweeted, “Please note Mr. Govind Arun Ahuja @govindaahuja21, I didn’t tag you because I was not talking about you. I was talking about my friend, who’s real name Govinda. So I can’t help if media people make news about you.”
Please note Mr. Govind Arun Ahuja @govindaahuja21, I didn’t tag you because I was not talking about you. I was talk… https://t.co/lriaXO4Q45
— KRK (@kamaalrkhan) 1622731324000
Salman has filed a defamation case against KRK following the release of his new film ‘Radhe’. While KRK has claimed the suit was an outcome to his review of the film, Salman’s legal team has declared the defamation case pertains to personal attacks, particularly comments he made about his NGO, Being Human. Salman’s legal team even released an official statement and revealed why the suit has been filed against KRK.
Amid this, KRK had tweeted, “Govinda Bhai thank you for your love and support. I won’t disappoint you!” His tweet left everyone surprised because Salman Khan and Govinda are good friends and they kept wondering how he was going against him.
While speaking to IANS, Govinda said, “I read some media reports about me backing KRK. I am not in touch with KRK for years altogether — no meetings, no phone calls, and no messages. It could be some other person by the same name as I am not being tagged in the tweet. In fact, the self-proclaimed critic had spoken and written unfit statements about me and my movies in the past.”
He further added, “I do not even know in depth the exact problems between Salman and KRK but my name has been dragged in the matter. A similar attempt was made by another film critic Komal Nahata who also took my name in an issue concerning Kartik Aaryan losing a couple of films. Both the attempts seem like an agenda by a demented mind aimed to create nuisance amidst the unprecedented pandemic times.”