I apologise for my misbehaviour at MCA, says Shah Rukh Khan
A jubilant Shah Rukh says Kolkata Knight Riders belongs to the people of Bengal and not the promoters.
An ecstatic Kolkata Knight Riders owner Shah Rukh Khan on Sunday apologised for his misbehaviour with the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) officials at the Wankhede Stadium after a match against Mumbai Indians.
Surrounded by his wife and daughter and other kids, the Bollywood superstar said, "I want to apologise to the kids for my misbehaviour at MCA. I apologise to all who saw me differently. I shouldn't have behaved in that manner. But today my team has won, so I guess, all you fans should forgive me. We have won at last."
He praised each and every player. "I am proud of Gautam and the boys. We made a video of families of all our players and saw Manvinder Bisla's parents speaking about their son. They must be very proud and so am I. I want to tell the people of the Bengal, that now this team belongs to you."
He added, “This is something the youngsters should believe in – resilience, patience, perseverance – if you believe, you can win.”
Shah Rukh joy at winning the title was evident as the superstar repeated his post-match peformance from the play-offs and did a couple of cartwheels for the cheering fans.
Gauri solved one of the biggest mysteries of the IPL V seaons, her absence from the stands throughout the IPL V season. She revealed, “I had said that I would only come to the field when KKR reach the finals!”