'They are liars': Kamaal R Khan after Salman Khan's lawyers say he was sued for defamatory allegations not 'Radhe' review

Hours after Kamaal R Khan's lawyer told the court on Thursday that his client will not put any remarks of defamatory nature against Salman Khan, the former 'Bigg Boss' contestant took to Instagram to call the superstar's lawyers 'lairs'.

FPJ Web DeskUpdated: Thursday, May 27, 2021, 08:18 PM IST
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'They are liars': Kamaal R Khan after Salman Khan's lawyers say he was sued for defamatory allegations not 'Radhe' review |

Hours after Kamaal R Khan's lawyer told the court on Thursday that his client will not put any remarks of defamatory nature against Salman Khan, the former 'Bigg Boss' contestant took to Instagram to call the superstar's lawyers 'lairs'.

Salman Khan on Thursday said the legal suit filed by him against Kamaal R Khan was not for his review of the recently-released film 'Radhe', but for making defamatory allegations against the actor.

"Kamaal R Khan has put out a series of tweets and videos alleging that Salman Khan has sued him for defamation because the defendant (Kamal) reviewed the film 'Radhe'. This is incorrect," DSK Legal said in a statement.

Reacting to the statement, Kamaal shared a picture and wrote in the caption: "DSK lawyers have filed this case against me. And now they are saying that the case is not because of a review of Radhe! They are liars! Aa Thoo!"

Check out the post here:

In the statement, the superstar's legal team claimed that Kamaal Khan has been "spreading malicious falsehoods and defaming" Salman Khan consistently over the past several months, "clearly with a view to draw attention to himself".

In the suit, the actor has sought permanent injunction against Kamaal Khan from directly or indirectly making and uploading video, posting defamatory posts on social media platforms.

The superstar has urged the court to direct Kamaal Khan to withdraw and delete all the defamatory posts made against him.

The matter came up for hearing before additional sessions judge R M Sadrani.

Kamaal Khan's lawyer told the court on Thursday that his client will not put any remarks of defamatory nature against plaintiff on social media till next date.

The matter will be heard further on June 7.

(With inputs from PTI)

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