Still, NO ENTRY for Shah Rukh Khan at Wankhede stadium


Infosportsworld : Third year running after the ruckus he had created in the year 2012, Bollywood famous actor Shah Rukh Khan will not be allowed to witness the high-profile Indian Premier League contest between his side Kolkata Knight Riders and home team Mumbai Indians at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on May 14.


He said, “No, he will not be allowed as the ban continues,” official of the Mumbai Cricket Association, which banned him for five years from entering their premises, including the Wankhede Stadium, after the actor was involved in an ugly skirmish with security staff and officials of MCA following KKR’s victory over Mumbai Indians on May 16, 2012 at the stadium.

Some year back, MCA was willing to lift the ban on the actor temporarily in order to host the June 2 final before it was taken away and allotted to Bengaluru by the Board of Control for Cricket in Indian.

On May 16 this year, however, Shah Rukh khan will be able to witness defending champions KKR, of which is the co-owner, taking on Rajasthan Royals at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai.Which is owned by another BCCI affiliate Cricket Club of in India and it is a stone’s throw away from the Wankhede Stadium

For this season CCI has been allotted the last three home games of the Rajasthan Royals this season. The 2008 champions had played their first four home games at the Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad.