Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan's refusal to apologise for backing Pakistani cricketers has further irked Shiv Sena, with the party on Tuesday threatening that they will not allow the release of the actor's upcoming film 'My name is Khan'.
Senior Shiv Sena leader Manohar Joshi has reportedly warned that none of Shah Rukh Khan's movies will be allowed to be released in Mumbai if he failed to apologise for his 'Mumbai belongs to all' remarks.
"Shah Rukh Khan will have to apologise or else we will not let his film release in Mumbai," said Joshi.
Earlier today, Shah Rukh said he was not apologetic for favouring the inclusion of Pakistani players and termed the activities of the party as "undemocratic".
"It makes me feel that activities like this are unhealthy, undemocratic, its insensitive but this is how the world is and you can only say what you believe in and stand by it and hopefully I will have the strength to do so," Khan told reporters when asked about the Shiv Sena protests.
"As an Indian I'm not ashamed, guilty or unhappy about what I said neither am I sorry," he said.