One of the finest actor Ranvir Shorey is always praised for his comic timing and the portrayal of versatile characters. He is an outspoken personality and put his views without any filters. He is recently seen in the web-series High , released on the digital platform.
Meanwhile, Kamaal R Khan aka KRK posted a negative review about his latest web series. His post reads : , “This @RanvirShorey’s new web show has just launched #HighOnMX Aur Ab Ye Bolta Hai Ki #Marijuana ko India main legalise karo. Oye Depression happens coz of drugs, koi samjhao isko. Aur makers ka toh jawaab nahi, what a time to release a show on drugs n addiction. Shame on you all.”
Checkout his post below:
To KRK’s tweet , Ranvir Shorey brutally trolled him with just an image reply. He posted the very famous meme-template of TVF’s Kota Factory reading words, “Jaa Na La**e.”
Have a look at his post below:
In an interview with Hindustan Times, Ranvir Shorey had said : “In Bollywood, the actor told the portal, I think drug consumption in Bollywood is the same proportion as it is generally in society. I have seen drugs at non-Bollywood parties as well.”
He also added, “I am of the belief that even marijuana should be legal in India. It is based on very archaic laws; it is legal in a lot of countries. I believe this is another colonial hangover that we have — laws which are hundreds of years old and have not been changed. Marijuana laws are so old; they ought to be changed now.”
KRK further tweeted, “There are hundreds of critics, who praise their crap films. But they can’t accept only one critic, who says truth. So they want to kill me. It’s height of intolerance. It’s proof that Bollywood people finish him, whoever go against them. Unbelievable!”
High is a crime thriller mystery drama web series, directed by Nikhil Rao. … The plot of the web series revolves around Shiv Mathur, who is a drug addict and has been struggling to get a grip on his life and eventually finds himself in a rehab facility.
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