Shahrukh Khan finds a supporter in Raj Thackeray on Wankhede stadium ban!

The MNS chief feels Shahrukh should be allowed inside the Mumbai stadium to witness today’s IPL tie between MI and KKR

Shahrukh Khan might have been in the bad books of the late Balasaheb Thackeray, but the Shiv Sena chief’s rebellious nephew Raj Thackeray decided to support the actor in the Wankhede ban case. Raj, who heads the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS), opined that the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA)’s five-year ban on SRK was uncalled for, saying that the actor is not a terrorist. He felt that the Bollywood superstar should be allowed inside the cricket ground for the IPL 2013 match between Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) and Mumbai Indians (MI) tonight.

Here’s what Raj said, “Whatever happened last time happened. It’s childish to hang on to it. Is he a terrorist that you won’t allow him to come back…and let him watch the match?”

We couldn’t agree more with Raj…and it kinda reminds us of that famous line ‘My Name is Khan…and I am not a terrorist’ from SRK’s movie of the same name. We’re sure SRK is keen to enter the KKR dressing room and cheer the boys up for their crucial match with the home team MI tonight at 8pm.

Earlier today, the Maharashtra Congress too batted for SRK’s entry to the stadium. Do you think he should be allowed inside the Wankhede?

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