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KRK refuses to play G.One in Bhojpuri remake of Ra.One

28, Oct 2011 By Mahapurush Mahatma

Mumbai. SRK’s big time rival and ‘Deshdrohi’ star Kamaal Rashid Khan, also known as KRK, has turned down the offer to play G.One.wa in the Bhojpuri remake of Ra.One titled Ra.One.wa. In an exclusive interview to Mahua TV, the budding superstar confirmed that he was indeed asked by Lal Mirchi Productions to play the lead in Ra.One.wa, which he refused without thinking twice.

“I have better things to do with my life,” was what the actor had to say.

Kamaal Rashid Khan
KRK gestures during the interview

When Chatur Chintu of Faking News caught up with the actor in his personal gym, the actor gave an insight into why he did so.

“You see, I have a big reputation. My fans expect the best by me. From real fight scenes in ‘Deshdrohi’ to my appearance in Bigg Boss, I have always maintained standards. Ra.One is not my types. SRK went for overkill with promotions. I don’t go for overkill, I simply kill,” KRK said, and asked us not to correct the grammar.

KRK further claimed that he had given away his Ra.One premier pass, apparently handed out to him personally by SRK, to his doodhwala (milkman) in Switzerland.

“He hates me now,” KRK claimed, “The only part he enjoyed was Rajini’s cameo and he silently prayed that Ra.One’s reels got replaced by that of Robot’s. But only KRK can do that, so it did not happen.”

When our correspondent informed him that there were talks to rope in his favorite co-star Gracy Singh in Ra.One.wa, KRK replied, “Ghanta!”

KRK’s refusal is the second bad news for Red Chillies Productions after industry experts declared that Ra.One had failed to match opening day collections of Salman Khan’s movie Bodyguard.

Meanwhile, reports from Hollywood suggest that the makers of Terminator are planning to sue Red Chillies for making a spoof of their movie without their prior consent. When Faking News asked SRK about this, he cracked some joke about four females and a gay male and laughed while the girls in the crowd cheered and wooed.

(submitted by Kunal Anand)