Five-year Cricket Stadium Ban for Bollywood Star Shahrukh Khan
Scuffles at cricket match in Mumbai.
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New Delhi – Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan may be five years but more into cricket in Mumbai. The Cricket Association the Indian city imposed the ban on the Wankhede Stadium after a vulgarity. This was announced by the authorities on Friday. Khan is said to have accosted on Wednesday after a match in a drunken state wardens and officials, the association claimed. The 46-year-old actor denied the allegations.
Final decision is pending
A final decision on the court ban is still pending. This must be taken by a supervisory committee of the National cricket association IPL, said the IPL chairman Rajeev Shukla.
Khan’s team Kolkata Knight Riders won a game in Mumbai. The actor reportedly shoved an attendant, among other things, tried to prevent him from entering the stadium. The Kricketverband condemn the behavior Khan, said association president Vilasrao Desmukh. “He has shown no remorse for his behavior.” Khan said, however, he was in the stadium to pick up his children when he saw how they were harassed by security forces. “They should apologize to me. I have been bullied. I was angry, but not drunk.”