Thursday evening filed a case of non-cognizable offence against the actor -- this allows him to explain his side of the story and is not a serious legal matter.
"I was not drunk, I had gone to pick up my children. The officials were extremely aggressive. I just got angry but I left after that. I said a few things in anger. I was one and they were 20-25 officials and they were extremely rude. When I tried to answer them, they hid behind others," Khan said in a press conference.
"They should apologise to me. They were extremely high-handed," he added.
Asked about the reported ban on him by the MCA, Khan said, "If this is the kind of behaviour meted out to people then I would not go there. There were people rushing at me aggressively. I think it's unpardonable that you manhandle kids in the name of security."
"I don't know about the ban. I will call (MCA head Vilasrao) Deshmukh. I will write a complaint about their behaviour and the kind of language they used," he added.
"I didn't go for the match, I went to pick up my children. I have no clarification to give. They should look at their association and how they behave. They cannot, under the garb of security, be high-handed with people, especially children", Khan said.
Khan conceded he was also aggressive during the brawl but did it only on provocation.
"To be abusive to fans or audience that's not me. They manhandled little girls. I would not deny that I was abusive but it started that this gentleman came from behind to say something in Marathi which I cannot repeat. I asked him to speak in Hindi.
"There was nothing illegal, I was not on the pitch. I know the rules," he said.
Shah Rukh Khan on Thursday faced a possibility of lifetime ban from entering the Wankhede Stadium after allegedly turning up drunk at the ground and misbehaving with security guards and cricket officials.
Kolkata Knight Riders co-owner Shah Rukh Khan (2R) brushes aside a security guard at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. AFP Photo/Indranil Mukherjee
The incident took place on Wednesday night after his team beat Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League match at the stadium.
Shah Rukh and his entourage wanted to celebrate after the presentation ceremony but he was not allowed to do so, officials said. He allegedly misbehaved with an elderly guard and pushed him. When Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) officials intervened, he is said to have abused them.
"This is a grave matter. I have called for an urgent meeting and we shall discuss the matter following which we will decide the future course of action," Union minister and MCA president Vilasrao Deshmukh said.
A decision on a lifetime ban would be taken only after the meeting of all members from the managing committee of MCA next week, MCA Joint Secretary Nitin Dalal said.
Giving details, MCA treasurer Ravi Sawant said: "He pushed the security guard and misbehaved with him. He also used bad language with security officials. When we tried to intervene, he yelled out expletives at us."
Sawant said Shah Rukh, flanked by his bodyguards, went to the players' dressing rooms to congratulate them. He then came down and started going towards the ground.
"When the security personnel told him that he cannot do so, he abused the guard and his men manhandled the security personnel."
Assistant Commissioner of Police Iqbal Shaikh agreed that the actor was drunk and said police were looking into the matter.
"Shah Rukh was drunk. He was smelling of alcohol but he was not drinking at the Wankhede stadium. But it is not an offence. He was also abusing and threatening the MCA and BCCI (Board of Control for Cricket in India) officials," said Sheikh.
What irked Shah Rukh was that MCA officials switched off the floodlights.
Sheikh, who is also a member of the MCA managing committee, was present at the ground on match duty and had to rush to prevent the situation from turning ugly.
"I took him out and separated him because the incident was turning ugly. While being taken away he was showering abuses on MCA and BCCI officials. We are investigating the matter," said Sheikh.
MCA filed a complaint with Mumbai's Marine Drive police station.
As the controversy swirled, IPL Chairman Rajiv Shukla said a decision would be taken only after getting the versions of all those involved.
"So far no decision has been taken on the ban," Shukla, who is also vice president of BCCI, said in New Delhi.
He added that he would be talking to the MCA as well as Shah Rukh.
The scuffle is unwelcome news for the star, who was in the spotlight in January this year for slapping director Shirish Kunder at a party hosted by Sanjay Dutt.
Shah Rukh's colleagues in Bollywood appeared to be strangely quiet at this latest controversy with no immediate reactions.
(With inputs from PTI, IANS)