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KRK criticizes ‘Tiger 3′ for Pakistan-centric plot | The Express Tribune

Maneesh Sharma’s directorial venture Tiger 3, featuring Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, and Emraan Hashmi in pivotal roles, is now gracing cinema screens. This sequel to Tiger Zinda Hai and the fifth installment in the Yash Raj Films’ Spy Universe picks up the thrilling narrative from Tiger Zinda Hai, War, and Pathaan.

As Tiger and Zoya mark their heroic return to save the country, not everyone is sharing the excitement surrounding the film. Indian actor and critic Kamaal Rashid Khan, popularly known as KRK, has launched a fierce broadside against Tiger 3 for staging Pakistan as the plot’s central focus.

The critic took to social media platform X to share a series of disgruntled posts relaying his dispute, slamming producer Aditya Chopra. “Dear Adi Chopra, if you wanted to make a film about politics and situation of Pakistan, then you could have made a Pakistani film, not a Hindi film,” he wrote.

KRK threatened legal action, stating, “You have wasted my time, money, and energy. So I will file a case in consumer court for sure.” In another post, the actor expressed how he felt robbed by the film’s false promise. “I went to watch film Tiger 3 because I thought that the story of the film would be about India.”

“If I knew that the story of the film would be about Pakistan only, then I would never have gone to theatre because I am least interested in watching a film about Pakistan. It’s 100% cheating,” he went on to declare. Addressing Aditya once again, KRK questioned the motivation behind Tiger 3’s investment in Pakistan’s geopolitics.

He wrote, “Please tell me, why would I want to know how Benazir Bhutto became PM? How was she running the government of Pakistan? How was she killed? You are mentally bankrupt if you want to show such a film to Indian people. Have some shame.”

Continuing his trolling, KRK made a post disparaging the film’s plot as nothing beyond manufacturing friendship between RAW and ISI. “They all are in Pakistan to save the life of Pakistan PM Benazir Bhutto, because Emraan Hashmi wants to kill her to become PM,” he said.

Giving it a zero-star rating, KRK termed Tiger 3 “one of the most wahiyat (obscene) films of the century”. The critic also accused Aditiya and production team of lying to people about guest appearances from Shah Rukh Khan and Hrithik Roshan. While Hrithik does not appear at all, KRK claimed, Shah Rukh’s cameo is limited to one scene only.

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