Shah Rukh Khan is one of the biggest stars not only in Bollywood but around the world. His fan base is huge and who wouldn’t love SRK’s charm and wit? Today we bring you the story of the superstar when he was banned from entering his stadium in Wankhede, Mumbai for five years. The Pattern actor then apologized to fans, sparking controversy.
The incident occurred during a 2012 Kolkata Knight Riders cricket match in which SRK’s team was playing Mumbai Indians. Security guards apparently abused children at the stadium and King Khan lost his cool.
The Patthan actor later revealed that he had physical contact with an MCA officer after first assaulting him. He said, “I do admit that I abused, but this gentleman (Ravi Sawant) was the one who first abused me in Marathi, after which in the heat of the moment I abused him back. He said certain words which I cannot repeat here.”
After the controversy, SRK was banned from the stadium for five years and later apologized for his actions as well. The actor didn’t apologize to the cops, but he did apologize to the children who observed his actions.