Shah Rukh gets clean chit in Wankhede brawl case by police


The Mumbai police have educated a metropolitan justice’s court that no ‘cognisable offense’ was made out against Bollywood hotshot Shah Rukh Khan regarding a fight at the Wankhede stadium here after an IPL match in 2012.

“After the examination, it was found that no cognisable offense had occurred,” said a police report recorded in the court as of late.

A nearby extremist had documented a private dissension in the court here with respect to the episode, looking for activity against Khan for mishandling security faculties of the stadium.

Police said in the report that they recorded the on-screen character’s announcement, and he denied the assertions.

Khan told the police that after his group Kolkata Knight Riders won the match that day, his kids and their companions entered the ground and the security watch Vikas Dalvi requesting that they take off.

As per Khan, he just told Dalvi that the kids were with him, and no one ought to touch them. His business supervisor then removed the kids from the stadium.

The on-screen character told police that he got irate when somebody addressed him in profane dialect.