Narendra Modi's win may be Twitter's loss

Bangalore, Aug 27: Actor Kamaal R Khan has vowed in his tweet that if Narendra Modi becomes the prime minister of India, then he will not only leave the micro-blogging site but the country as well!

KRK, as the man is popularly known as, who tweets frequently, said in one of his earlier posts that if Robert Vadra called himself a farmer and Narendra Modi the next PM of India, he could also call himself a superstar. He also said that Modi should not make fun about Congress chief Sonia Gandhi's sickness as that won't earn him victory in the coming elections.


And there are scores of tweets that the actor-producer-film-critic-film-business-analyst have posted to express utter disregard for the BJP leader.

The Quixotic behaviour of KRK is a bit difficult to gauge. The man, while making fun of John Abraham-starrer Madras Cafe, said if the latter gave a solo hit in another 10 years he would commit suicide in full public view.

Is KRK frustrated and takes great pleasure in attacking people making headlines so that he could have a share of the trickling-down publicity? The man's hilarious threat of leaving twitter and the country if Modi becomes the PM has only made people laugh. Who is even bothered if people like KRK (does he try to match SRK) leaves of stays in the country.

The objection against 'mocking' Sonia Gandhi by Modi was another strange act by KRK. The man has often caught the wrong headlines for behaving awkwardly in the public and he is particularly known for personal attacks. His movie Deshdrohi was banned in Maharashtra fearing communal tension and his famous English vocabulary has entertained people to the hilt.

We have heard that the man is based in Dubai. Then what made him decide to leave India if Modi becomes the prime minister? We think he has already seen the future and has made a decision. Yet, he issues the blunt threats to keep himself alive.

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