“I don’t know what exactly happened since I am away, but I feel both parties should have shown more dignity and maturity in handling this issue. Things shouldn’t have reached so far (in the controversy),” said Vengsarkar when informed about the five-year ban the MCA has slapped on the Bollywood star.
Meanwhile, Shah Rukh’s partner at KKR, Juhi Chawla tweeted: “If today SRK were to get upset and quit the IPL I wonder if there d be any people watching the matches.. in wankhede or any stadium !!!”
Earlier, she wrote: Seriously... so much of the sparkle in IPL is the presence of the stars!!!!!”
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