In the midst of his dispute with Salman, Kamal R Kanh calls Vivek Oberoi ‘Bhai’

Vivek Oberoi’s latest interview has garnered a response from KRK. The actor has spoken out about Bollywood’s reluctance to tolerate criticism.

Kamaal R Khan, often known as KRK, lauded Vivek Oberoi for speaking the “pure truth” in an interview with the Hindustan Times.  The self-proclaimed critic has been at war with Salman Khan and his fans.

KRK reached out to Vivek on Twitter on Tuesday after the latter voiced his thoughts on Bollywood’s unwillingness to handle criticism and Sushant Singh Rajput’s tragic demise. In response to the actor, KRK tweeted, “Bhai @vivekoberoi your interview is brilliant and pure truth. Keep it up!”


In a conversation with HT, Vivek had said, “We have our good side, but we refuse to acknowledge our bad side. For any individual, industry, or fraternity to flourish, one needs to know ke hum mein kitni khamiyan hain (we also have a few drawbacks), our mistakes and the wrongs of the industry,” Oberoi points out, and adds, “But we have a little bit of ostrich syndrome. Because we don’t acknowledge that hamari industry mein kuch gadbad hai (there is something wrong in our industry).”

Referring to Sushant’s death, Vivek added, “Then also nobody wanted to really and truly acknowledge that there is something systematically wrong (in the industry), and just wanted to write it off ke ek incident hogaya (one-off incident).”

Meanwhile, in another tweet, KRK urged ‘friends Bollywood Wala’ to come forward and speak up against ‘bhaigiri’. He tweeted, “Dear friends Bollywood Wala, if you are fed up of bhaigiri in the Bollywood then pls speak up. Please speaks without fear. It’s just a fear otherwise nobody can damage your career. Jiske Apne career Ke Laale Pade Hain, Woh Apka Career Kaise Damage Kar Degaa Yaar (Whose own career has lost hope, how will damage your career).”

KRK is engaged in a legal dispute with Salman. The defamation complaint against KRK, according to the Radhe actor’s lawyers, comes from his allegations of money laundering. KRK, on the other hand, insists that it is because of his unfavourable review of Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai.