"KRK attempted suicide and currently battling for life in hospital" said a popular twitter handle this evening and the buzz spread like wild fire on social media. But did Kamaal R Khan actually try to take his life?
KRK had threatened to commit suicide a few days ago over the suspension of his twitter account after he made some personal remarks on Aamir Khan around 'Secret Superstar ' release about a month ago.
A twitter handle that is popular for giving all inside Bigg Boss news had posted an hour ago that "Ex BB contestant KRK attempted suicide and he is in hospital fighting for his life now."
The rumor about KRK's suicide attempt spread from here
We got in touch with the man himself and he informs us that he is currently in Dubai doing completely fine.
The official twitter handle KRK Box Office had also tweeted on November 3 that Versova police had reached his bungalow because he had threatened to take his life on Friday.
This added fuel to the fire and reports are also filed crediting the news to 'Khabri Handle'.
Tweet by official handle of 'Krk Box Office'
So, we tried to find out from the man himself and our reporter Vibha Kaul Bhatt messaged him asking for his reaction on the ongoing rumors, in response to which he sent an audio message that clarifies the news.
Currently in Dubai, KRK is heard saying in his voice message sent to Vibha - "I'm in Dubai, kuchh khaas hai? Phone karoon aapko?"
According to reports, In a press release, KRK had threatened to end his life if his Twitter account is not restored.
“I request @TwitterIndia and staff Ms Mahima Kaul, Viral Jani and Mr Taranjeet Singhto restore my account within 15 days. 1st they did charge me millions of rupees and then suddenly suspended my account. So am depressed because they have cheated me. If they won’t restore my account I will commit suicide and all these people will be responsible for my death,” The press release read.
KRK had earlier said that he will take legal action against Twitter as his account was suspended without any warning and despite having 6 million followers.
"I have spent four years and lots of money to build my six million followers account on Twitter. Therefore, I will definitely go to court against Twitter to ask them to reimburse me the money and time I have spent on my account so far," read a statement by Kamaal on the official Twitter handle of KRK Box Office, where he shares news and reviews about films.
— KRKBOXOFFICE (@KRKBoxOffice) October 18, 2017
KRK's tweet have been the most controversial in the past with the use of filthy language and passing cheap remarks at Bollywood actresses.
While the film critic is hugely upset with Twitter for suspending his account, fans have been rejoicing the action.