Shah Rukh Khan and the Wankhede controversy seems to have drawn to a closure. The Mumbai police gave the actor a clean chit in the brawl case at Wankhede stadium. Mumbai Police filed a report in the court that said “After the investigation, it was found that no cognisable offence had taken place”. This was told to a metropolitan magistrate’s court in Mumbai.
The case that was filed by a local activist in the High Court in 2008 against the ‘Fan’ actor alleged that after a match of Kolkata Knight Riders, Shah Rukh had abused the security personnel. The actor said that the complainant, Amit Maru may have done so in order to gain publicity.
Shah Rukh said that after the match, his children and their friends entered the grounds when the security personnel Vikas Dalvi asked them to leave. After being told by SRK that the kids were with him, his business manager took the kids away.
On the part of him abusing, Shah Rukh clarified that he got angry when somebody talked to him indecently.
After this incident, the the Mumbai Cricket Association had imposed a 5-year ban on the actor on entering the Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium which was lifted last year.