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Salman Khan's Lawyer Clarifies Why KRK is Being Sued

Kamaal Rashid Khan had claimed that Salman Khan sent a legal notice following his review of Radhe.

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Salman Khan's Lawyer Clarifies Why KRK is Being Sued
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Salman Khan's lawyer has issued a clarification as to why a defamation case has been filed against actor Kamaal Rashid Khan. KRK claimed that a legal notice was sent to him following his review of Salman's latest film, Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai.

"Kamaal R Khan has put out a series of tweets and videos alleging that Salman Khan has sued him for defamation because the defendant reviewed the film Radhe. This is incorrect. The suit has been filed as the defendant has been publishing and endorsing defamatory allegations, including that Salman Khan is corrupt, that he and his brand Being Human are involved in fraud, manipulation and money laundering transactions, that he and Salman Khan Films are dacoits", the statement from DSK Legal reads.

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"The defendant has been spreading malicious falsehoods and defaming Salman Khan consistently over several months, clearly with a view to draw attention to himself. Kamaal R. Khan’s lawyer made a statement in Court today that Mr. Kamaal R. Khan 'will not put any remarks of defamatory nature against plaintiff on social media till next date'. The Court has been pleased to pass an order taking into account this statement made by Kamaal R. Khan’s lawyer", it adds.

KRK had shared a video of Radhe where he mock cried and said, "Mera dimaag totally ghoom gaya hai (My head is spinning)." He added that he couldn't bring himself to go back into the theatre after the interval.

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