- I am sorry if I hurt you in the past, Kamaal R Khan tweeted
- It takes a lot of courage to correct your ways, Vikram Bhatt replied
- KRK had passed indecent remarks on Bollywood actresses on Twitter
Of late, Mr Bhatt has been vocal in slamming Mr Khan, who for long has been passing indecent and lewd remarks towards a string of Bollywood actresses on social media.
In reaction to Mr Bhatt's statements on the controversy, KRK tweeted: "Today I watched @TheVikramBhatt n he said-KRK has got big social media power so he should decide whether he wants to be. Recognised as a troll only or respected critic n I am 100% agree with his statement. So thanks to @TheVikramBhatt for showing me right way. (sic)"
He also said:
Anyway thanks Mr. @TheVikramBhatt for giving me very good advise n I am sorry if I hurt you in the past. Cheers and best of luck for future.— KRK (@kamaalrkhan) July 2, 2016
I m sorry to all other Bollywood ppl also if I have hurt anyone by my statement or review. Today a new very serious type of critic has born.— KRK (@kamaalrkhan) July 2, 2016
Responding to KRK's change of heart, Mr Bhatt expressed his admiration for the actor for accepting it on a social media platform.
@kamaalrkhan it takes a lot of courage to correct your ways and accept it on a public platform. I admire you for it.— Vikram Bhatt (@TheVikramBhatt) July 2, 2016
@kamaalrkhan I am sure everybody in our fraternity will accept your apology and applaud you for understanding.— Vikram Bhatt (@TheVikramBhatt) July 2, 2016
@kamaalrkhan you are a talented critic and people will take you seriously now because you are not a troll anymore :) cheers!— Vikram Bhatt (@TheVikramBhatt) July 2, 2016
Time and again, KRK in his tweets wrote in a deprecating manner about actresses like Priyanka Chopra, Huma Qureshi, Madhuri Dixit Nene, Alia Bhatt, Parineeti Chopra, Sunny Leone, Bipasha Basu and Nargis Fakhri.
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