Shah Rukh Khan jokes: will they shoot me if I enter the stadium?
Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan jokes that he will wear a mask and sneak into a Mumbai stadium to watch his cricket team play in the T20 League. Khan was banned from the stadium for...Updated: May 07, 2013 15:32 IST
Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan jokes that he will wear a mask and sneak into a Mumbai stadium to watch his cricket team play in the T20 League.
Khan was banned from the stadium for five years in 2012 after he was involved in a scuffle with security.
He asked reporters Monday, "I don't want to sound politically incorrect, but what will they do if I enter the stadium? Shoot me?"
Khan referred to the stadium brawl and said he lost his temper when he saw security guards pushing his children.
Khan's team, the Kolkata Knight Riders, is the defending champion of the T20 League but has been struggling this year.
Knight Riders have lost seven of its 11 games so far.
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