On Thursday evening, actor Kamaal R Khan reportedly approached the Versova police station and filed a complaint against Sahil Peerzada for threatening him.
Khan confirms the news saying, "I have filed a complaint against Sahil Peerzada who has been abusing and threatening me," as reported by Mid Day. The complaint was registered after Khan apparently received calls from Peerzada, on his private number threatening him not to disturb Kapil Sharma, post the Twitter war between him and Sharma.
"Somebody threatened me, so a case has been filed at Versova police station. Now it's the police's duty to arrest the culprit and teach him a good lesson. I have nothing personal against Kapil Sharma or anybody else and I never abused him in front of Mika Singh." said the "Desh Drohi" actor.
The Twitter war between the stand-up comedian Sharma of "Comedy Nights with Kapil" fame and Khan (KRK) broke out on 2 July, when the small time actor made a controversial post about Sharma and his debut film with Yash Raj banner.
The Twitter spat became worse, when KRK, who was seen in the recently released "Ek Villain," blamed that the comedy king has sent threatening calls on his private number through someone else.
Ppl pls don't mind his tweet coz he always become tiger after drinking. Nasha Utarne Ke Baad Fir Chuhaa Ban Jaata Hai pic.twitter.com/iFWmudCCl4
— Kamaal R Khan KRK (@kamaalrkhan) July 2, 2014
According to the Times of India, KRK tweeted, "This guy is calling me n saying tat he is a DON n Kapil sharma has given him my supaari. 08882-797979. I promised to my bro Mika Singh to not say anything for Kapil Sharma, but I have to complaint about threatening calls for sure."
KRK also reportedly wrote on Twitter, "Mr. @KapilSharmaK9 should clear it here, whether he asked Sahil Peerzada to threaten me or no. They are friends or not? His no. 98-73-181313.
The tweet posted, however, had been deleted from the actor's account.
On the other hand, things went wrong after the war for ever-smiling Sharma, who reportedly lost out on his first Bollywood film "Bank Chor" with the Yash Raj Film (YRF) production.
Sharma was said to have been looking forward to his first Bollywood film but the production house made an official announcement on Thursday regarding the matter and said that the decision was made through mutual consent. "We look forward to working together in the future when the time is right," TOI quoted Ashish Patil, Business & Creative Head, Youth Films, Talent Management & Brand Partnerships at Yash Raj Films. Read more HERE.