Salman Khan refutes lawsuit rumors against Kunal Kamra

| Updated: 04 April, 2024 3:57 pm IST

NEW DELHI: In a recent development, Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has refuted rumours suggesting that he plans to sue stand-up comedian Kunal Kamra over a purportedly ‘derogatory’ joke. The denial comes amidst swirling speculations that Khan was considering filing a defamation lawsuit against Kamra for his comedic remarks.

A close associate of Salman Khan clarified to a media website that there is no truth to the reports of a defamation lawsuit against Kamra. The source emphasized that Salman has grown accustomed to his controversial public image over the years and understands that his name, even when used in a derogatory manner, tends to attract attention. The friend further stated that if Salman were to take legal action against every individual who criticized him, he would be consumed by courtroom battles for the rest of his life.

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Kunal Kamra, known for his satirical commentary, allegedly made jests about Salman Khan during one of his recent stand-up gigs. The video of Kamra’s performance was reportedly shared by self-proclaimed film critic Kamaal R Khan, also known as KRK. Subsequently, KRK claimed that Salman was contemplating a defamation case against Kamra. Responding to the situation, Kamra took to Twitter, asserting, “I am not a flying bird or a stationary footpath, and I don’t apologize for jokes anymore.”

This incident serves as a reminder of the importance of verifying information before disseminating it, particularly in the entertainment industry where rumours and speculations often abound.

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