The MCA has decided to lift the 5 year ban on KKR owner Shah Rukh Khan...
Shah Rukh Khan, who owns the IPL team Kolkata Knight Riders was banned from entering the Wankhede stadium for 5 years by the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA). But the news just broke that the ban on SRK has been lifted. Back in 2012, Shah Rukh had got into a heated altercation with a security guard at the Wankhede Stadium and he also used cuss words in full public view.
Thereafter, The MCA has placed a 5 year ban on Shah Rukh from entering the Wankhede stadium. The ban was to be lifted in 2017 but after a management committee discussion it was decided that the Dilwale actor should be allowed entry into the Wankhede stadium from this year itself.
SRK's team Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel recently won the Caribbean Premier League as well. The decision to lift the ban came after it was proposed that SRK has respectfully adhered to the MCA's decision and not tried entering Wankhede in the last three years. With the ban lifted, King Khan can now enjoy his team's IPL matches in the stadium without any hassle!
The actor spoke about this misconduct on the TVF sketch last year as he was on it to promote Happy New Year where it seemed like he was remorseful.
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