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What Shah Rukh said

PTI  New Delhi, May 17, 2012
First Published: 21:04 IST(17/5/2012) | Last Updated: 12:46 IST(18/5/2012)

Amid claims and counter-claims over Wednesday night's fracas between Shah Rukh Khan and MCA officials in Mumbai, television channels on Thursday aired the transcript of the brawl in which he purportedly used abusive language.

Following is the transcript of the brawl:


SRK: ... Do you want to arrest me? Arrest me and take me now.

Other side: Use your language properly.

SRK: You use your language properly.

Other side: Ok?

SRK: You use your language properly.

Someone shouts SRK's name, tries to pacify him.

Someone shouts: Le ke chal isse (Take him away).

Someone says: Police ko bulao (Call the police)

SRK: Kaun tha woh jo dubara ... hai ***** ka **** (Who was that...?).

Someone shouts: Everybody out, everybody out.

Other side: Inko baat karne ki tameej nahi hai (He doesn't have the manners to talk properly).

SRK: Who's talking about taking me away, I stay here.

Someone whispers to SRK.

SRK: Which officer?

SRK: Tell your official, wherever he's from... BCCI to tell him to shut the **** up, don't talk to me like that... wherever you are from, sir. Tell the ****** not to talk to me like that... See it is his fault... Nobody will speak (shouting).

Someone says: Nobody will speak. C'mon take it easy.

SRK: Kya bola? Haath lagayenge? (What did you say> You will beat me up?)

Someone: Laga ke batayun? (Shall I beat you up first?)

Someone: Jyada baat mat kar ae (Don't talk too much).

SRK: Arre tu beech main se hath naa. Door se ghar mein bolna, paas aake bol. (You, get out of here. Keep your distance at home. Come near me and say what you have to).

Someone: Ae bewada (You drunkard).

SRK: ...tu peeche se mat bolna... samne se aake bol ae peeli shirt ****... Yahin gaad doonga **** (Don't talk to me from behind the cover. Face me, you yellow shirt. I will bury you right here).

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