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After Kamaal R Khan, also known as KRK has given a C-grade to the film ‘Haseena Dillruba’. Now, he has decided to review the film after writer Kanika Dhillon’s response to negative reviews of the film.

The film is directed by Vinil Mathew and written by Kanika Dhillon. It stars Taapsee Pannu, Vikrant Massey and Harshvardhan Rane in the lead roles. It is a story of a woman named Rani Kashyap who is being blamed for the death of her husband.

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Kamaal R Khan tweeted on Thursday, “Writer #KanikaDhillon is calling all critics idiots for saying bad about her film #HaseenDilruba! Very good! These critics deserve it. Aur Karo Inn filmwalon Ki Chamchagiri (Serves them right for being bootlickers of Bollywood celebrities). Now I will review this film. I won’t accept that any film maker abuses critics if even they are shameless!”

After KRK called the film unworthy of his time, he has taken the decision to review the film. He wrote on Twitter last week, “Many people are asking me to review film #HaseenDillruba! First thing I don’t know, when this film was released and where. Second thing I don’t review C grade films of C grade actors because Me Me Me #DrKRK is the No.1 critic in the world.”

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Taapsee said that the critics try to get personal in the review. Kanika on the other hand said that she is not opposed to the review but the critic should not review the person.

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“Nothing like that. Please pick up my timeline, there are so many reviews that are not favourable but they are written in such great manner. It’s called a review (of film/characters) but if you start reviewing the person, why will I take it? I will dismiss it obviously! If you don’t like a film, it’s your opinion and as filmmakers, we respect varied opinions, but there is a way to put it across. And there is a dignity in putting it across. Let’s not lose dignity,” she told Mashable.