Allow Shahrukh Khan for MI vs KKR IPL 2013 match at Wankhede Stadium, requests Maharashtra Congress

Tue, May 7, 2013 2:52pm UTC by 3 Comments
Allow Shahrukh Khan for MI vs KKR IPL 2013 match at Wankhede Stadium, requests Maharashtra Congress

After MCA’s letter requesting the Marine Lines police to make sure SRK stays away from the venue for tonight’s MI vs KKR game, here comes another twist in the tale

Shahrukh Khan comes with a full force comprising his friends and family to the stadiums to root for his team Kolkata Knight Riders. Tonight, SRK’s KKR will take on the Mumbai Indians (MI) at the Wankhede Stadium for a crucial game in the ongoing IPL 2013. Shahrukh was banned from entering the venue for five years after his notorious scuffle with a security guard – allegedly for manhandling the superstar’s daughter Suhana and some of her friends – in the last edition of IPL.

And just when we thought that SRK will not be seen in the stands tonight at the Wankhede, here comes a fresh – and an interesting twist – to the whole story. Apparently, the Maharashtra Congress unit has written to the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) requesting them to allow SRK into the Wankhede stadium tonight.

Now things look more complicated than ever before as the MCA had written a letter to the Marine Lines police station who will be handling the security to make sure that SRK stays away from the venue. But quite ironically the Mumbai police maintain that allowing Shahrukh into the premises of  Wankhede is an internal matter of the MCA.

Now all eyes are set on what stand does the MCA take on the whole issue. Will the angry RA.One superhero be seen at the Wankhede or will he follow the game on the small screen in the comfy confinement of his Bandra den? We are waiting to find out!Subscribe to me on YouTube

  • santanu

    SRK is the king of bollywood,

  • santnau

    SRK sir kavibi kuch galat kam nehi kar sakta hai, unko fasaya geya hain

  • santanu

    SRK sir kavibi kuch galat kam nehi karsakta hai, unko fasaya geya hai


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