Bollywood King, Shah Rukh khan who slapped with five-year ban from Mumbai Cricket Association, has never found any last chance to relief from debarring.
Kolkata Knight Riders’ owner will now watch its team IPL against Mumbai Indians at Wankhede Stadium at TV screen, but not at venue because of refusal by MCA to lenient on its five-year ban on SRK.
MCA decision to imposed stickness on Khan came for a brawl during the last season of the Indian Premier League.
Bollywood super star was banned for five years from entering MCA premises, including the Wankhede Stadium after he had an bawl with a security guard and the cricket body following Knight Riders` victory over Mumbai Indians two nights earlier.
However, Khan denied any misbehavior, had refused to apologize for his behavior, thus evoking the MCA to stick with the suspension.
Reports said that, a meeting held between MCA officials and the Board of Control for Cricket in India to decide the fate of the five-year ban imposed on SRK. But no optimistic debate on fate of SRK as MCA president Ravi Savant told reporters that the stand remains the same on a five-year ban and will continue this season too.
Meanwhile, no entry of King Khan prohibited at the Wankhede Stadium on May 7 to cheer up his team`s IPL match against hosts Mumbai Indians.