KRK, Kangana Ranaut in Manikarnika
KRK, Kangana Ranaut in ManikarnikaTwitter

Self-proclaimed film critic Kamaal R Khan aka KRK is getting brutally trolled for making a huge blunder while showering praise on Kangana Ranaut in his Manikarnika review.

KRK, who is always been at the receiving end for his infamous movie reviews, hailed Kangana as a great performer and director but ended up mentioning wrong facts about the Indian rebellion of 1857.

He said, "I had read about Rani Lakshmibai in school but after watching Manikarnika, I got to know what exactly had happened. She fought against the British in the 18th century when they had invaded India and when Bhagat Singh had turned belligerent in Meerut.

For the uninitiated, Bhagat Singh was not even born at that time. He was born on 28 September 1907 and it was Mangal Pandey who had started the 1857 revolution in Meerut as a mutiny of sepoys of the British East India Company's army.

Twitter users were quick to notice the blunder and trolled KRK left, right and centre ripping apart his movie reviewing skills. He also got slammed for over-praising Kangana's acting and her directorial debut film which has received mixed reviews from film critics.

After getting brutally slammed, KRK realised his mistake and apologised in a tweet saying, "I am really sorry! I said Bhagat Singh in my review of film #Manikarnika While he was Mangal Pandey. So sorry!"

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