One would constantly hope Kamaal Rashid Khan, dis-affectionately referred to as KRK, would finally find better things to focus his energy and crassness on, someday. But that's a far-fetched dream, isn't it? And that's because once again, this prophet of misogyny is back to doing what he does best -  be a horrible example of stunted human evolution.

It all started when Kapoor & Sons co-stars; Alia Bhatt and Sidharth Malhotra, braced the cover of Vogue magazine in a rather steamy photoshoot. And KRK being KRK, he couldn't deal with the fact that no one gives a hoot about what he thinks about a female actor's appearance.

Here's how he put his 140 characters to use:

After the Twitter junta tried shutting down misogyny, it was Sidharth Malhotra who took it upon himself to come to a friend's rescue.

To which KRK replied:

Not one to let unsavoury comments be, the Delhi boy Sidharth ended the Twitter war with a much valuable suggestion for KRK:

We think it's safe to say: