Bollywood actor and IPL franchise Kolkata Knight Riders co-owner Shah Rukh Khan gave his version of ‘Wakhede Ka Bakheda’ issue to the media on Thursday trashing the reports that he was drunk and misbehaved with officials at the Wankhede stadium. He even demanded an apology from the MCA.
“They should apologise to me,” Shah Rukh said while parrying the questions pertaining to lifetime ban on his entry into Wankhede Stadium. He alleged that the security staff misbehaved with children including little girls. “It won’t change my life if I am not allowed into the stadium,” he added.
When asked whether he was at his abusive best last night he confessed, “Yes, I was abusing as they were insulting me. I will not deny the fact that I abused, was provoked when someone abused me in Marathi.”
Shah Rukh Khan on Thursday faced a lifetime ban from entering the Wankhede Stadium after allegedly turning up drunk at the ground and misbehaving with security guards and cricket officials.
The incident took place on Wednesday night after his team beat Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League match at the stadium.