Kolkata: Kolkata Knight Riders` owner Shah Rukh Khan has admitted that he should not have got into a fight with the Wankhede stadium security guard during last season`s IPL that led to MCA imposing a five-year ban on him.
"In retrospect, I should not have behaved like that. On the other hand, it`s not something that I really think about. It`s quite cool," said Shah Rukh.
Asked what would he do on May 7 when KKR take on Mumbai Indians at the Wankhede stadium, Shah Rukh said, "I don`t want to sound politically incorrect but what will they do if I enter? Shoot me?"
Shah Rukh also joked that he might resort to wearing masks to deceive the authorities.
"I don`t know...Otherwise it has to be the masks, I`ll have to wear them with a false moustache and stuff like that. But I am not going to take any chances. I will wait outside the Wankhede and cheer for my boys.
"As long as my team is allowed inside the Wankhede Stadium, it`s fine. We will win the match. I don`t need to be there to win the match," he said during a late night programme at the team hotel.
Shah Rukh, in fact entered the KKR dressing room during the break in a clear violation of the protocol.
"It`s my face...People stop me from going to lot of places in stadiums nowadays. In our team, Brett Lee looks the most well-behaved, so I`ll wear his mask and enter the dressing room."
"I just wanted to tell Gambhir well done at halftime. I am sorry, it`s my mistake. I forget the rules sometimes. I will try not to do it again, so that I`m not banned from here," an apologetic Shah Rukh added.
First Published: Saturday, May 04, 2013, 15:08