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Should SRK be allowed into Wankhede?

The Mumbai Cricket Association is sticking to its guns and Shah Rukh Khan's ban from entering the Wankhede Stadium still stands.

But is this fair considering the new IPL season has just kicked off? Let us know!


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Posted By: Sujith Krishna On:26/04/2013
Shah Rukh should get bold and should not play his team in Mumbai. This is absolutely unfair
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Posted By: Carlotta On:25/04/2013
IMHO you've got the right aneswr!
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Posted By: Billo On:22/04/2013
NO NO He has a big ego and is a big bully
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Posted By: sunil On:17/04/2013
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Posted By: debabrata das On:17/04/2013
no, this is not fair with sharukh khan.because he is leading actor of bollywood and he is such a good sad.
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Posted By: poluu On:13/04/2013
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Posted By: Rahul On:10/04/2013
Yes, it's a sport and he is a contributor since season 1.
Be sportive and allow him to enjoy the sport.
Tussle's happen even in field, you fine the players and not ban them.
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Posted By: Vikas arora On:08/04/2013
Yes Ban should be removed
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