MUMBAI, May 18 (UPI) -- Mumbai cricket officials imposed a five-year ban Friday on Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan that would keep him out of Wankhede Stadium.
Khan, a co-owner of the Premier League Kolkata Knight Riders, got into an altercation Wednesday with officials of the Mumbai Cricket Association. He says he got angry because security guards were mistreating his daughter, but the association says he has not made an official complaint, the Hindustan Times reported.
Rajiv Shukla, head of the Premier League and vice president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, said any ban would have to be ratified by the BCCI. He said the Mumbai association has yet to provide official notice of its action.
Khan, 46, is one of the most successful Indian actors, sometimes nicknamed "King of Bollywood." He also produces films and is known as a television presenter and for his charitable activities.