What they term protest against Shah Rukh Khan for his IPL remarks, Shiv Sainiks have torn posters of his new movie, My Name in Khan, reported NDTV.
They said that this was just one form of protesting against the actor for his remark on the Indian Premier League (IPL).
Shah Rukh had expressed his frustaration over not a single out of 11 Pakistani players being bought at the auction for IPL 3.
Shah Rukh had said, “I think its actually humiliating to me as a KKR owner that this has happened. We are known to be good, we are known to invite everyone, and we should have. And if there were any issues, they should have been put out earlier so that everything could happen respectfully.”
In response to actor’s comment, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut said: “I challenge them to recruit players from Pakistan. No players should be taken from Pakistan or Australia. If the Khan inside Shahrukh is coming to life, then he should go Lahore or Karachi.”
The Shiv Sena has publicly warned that it will not allow Pakistani or Australian players to play in Mumbai.