The Mumbai Cricket Association will meet on Friday to decide on the action to be taken against actor and Kolkata Knight Riders co-owner Shah Rukh Khan.
The Mumbai police have registered a non-cognisable complaint against SRK for criminal intimidation and voluntarily causing hurt after his brawl with MCA security staff and officials at Wankhede Stadium on Wednesday night after the IPL match between Kolkata Knight Riders and Mumbai Indians.
The miffed MCA officials have also slapped a ban on SRK from entering the Wankhede stadium. Addressing the media on Thursday, Shah Rukh had said he was provoked after authorities manhandled his children who had gone to watch the match.
Nitin Dalal, joint secretary of the Mumbai Cricket Association stated that that Shah Rukh was using his kids to gain sympathy and that the MCA officials had every right to stop them from going on to the field of play.
SRK also denied he was drunk and said it made no difference if he was banned from the stadium. The Mumbai Cricket Association had on Thursday banned him pending an inquiry saying the drunk KKR co-owner got into a scuffle after he was stopped from entering the cricket grounds. Shah Rukh stated that it was the MCA which should apologise for its behaviour in the post-match scuffle.