Shah Rukh Khan Fighting in Mumbai Wankhede Stadium
Shah Rukh Khan Fighting In Mumbai Wankhede Stadium.
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Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, reported to the police and banned from entering the biggest cricket stadium in Mumbai following a fight with the officer’s stadium, Thursday 17/05/2012. The actor who is also the owner of Indian Premier League team, Kolkata Knight Riders, it brings a number of teenagers, including his daughter Suhana, the Wankhede Stadium pitch after a match on Wednesday 16/05/2012 night.
A security officer tried to stop them playing, said an AFP photographer saw it happen. “The security guard asked her out, but Shah Rukh Khan started the fight,” said Nitin Dalal, secretary of the Mumbai Cricket Association ( MCA ), told NDTV. “He entered the field half an hour after the game. The officer told him that it was not the time. He then angry and use harsh words,”.
MCA has submitted a report to the police and will ban Khan to enter Wankhede Stadium in the future. “He will not be permitted to match anything. What’s testing, the international game, or the IPL T20 matches from now on. That was our decision,” said Ravi Savant, treasurer of the MCA. Savant said Vilasrao Deshmukh President of MCA was among officials and security officers who attacked by Khan. He stressed that the ban would apply for lifetime.
Khan looks sweaty and disheveled much different than the image that always display in various commercials and movies that starred over the years. The 46 years old actor was also summoned to court in Jaipur this month after he was caught smoking in the city’s largest cricket stadium. He had broken the rules banning smoking in the stadium. A senior leader of Bharatiya Janata Party, Balbir Punj, believes, as icons and public figures, Khan “should know how to behave in public”.
Punj referring to an incident that occurred last month when U.S. immigration agents arrest Khan at the airport in New York. “When he was humiliated in America, the whole nation support it. He should have respect for others and the law must be running on track,” said the senior politician.