Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan, owner of IPL team Kolkata Knight Riders, finally broke his silence about the alleged scuffle at Wankhede stadium. The actor, who has been banned from entering the stadium by the Mumbai Cricket Association, told reporters in Mumbai: "I was being bullied. I was angry, but I was not drunk."
MCA has filed a police complaint accusing SRK of being drunk and misbehaving, abusing, manhandling, using filthy language against guards and abusing a woman.
He said his children were "physically manhandled in the name of security," and he will file a written complaint against the MCA, which, he says, needs a lesson in polite behaviour.
MCA has alleged that a worse for drink SRK and entourage abused and misbehaved with security personnel and officials at the stadium when they were stopped from entering after a match between KKR and Mumbai Indians. KKR won.
A police complaint has been lodged against SRK by the cricket association who also plan to complain to the Board of Control for Cricket (BCCI) in India.
The ban means that the actor will not be allowed into the stadium for any match - test, ODI or T20.
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