Finally, after a whole lot of hullabaloo for the last one month, the King of Bollywood in winner's spirit expressed regret over the MCA (Mumbai Cricket Association) scuffle on national television on Sunday.
Emotional after a fairy tale victory of the Knight Riders (KKR) against the Chennai Super Kings, the team's owner Shah Rukh Khan on Sunday night apologized to his kids, fans and supporters for the brawl in Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai on May 16.
"I want to apologise to the kids for my misbehavior at MCA. I apologize to all who saw that side to me. I shouldn't have behaved in that manner," the superstar confessed in front of thousands of spectators, cricketers, and people from the industry present at the M A Chidambaram stadium in Chennai.
"Please forgive me," Khan said.
He was accompanied by his wife Gauri Khan and his two kids for the match.
"I have subjected you to a sight of me which is not me," King Khan explained.
SRK remarked in lighter vein, "I should be careful or people will say I am drunk. I am just happy, not drunk!," when he was asked to say a dialogue from one of his superhit films.
Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) has slapped a five year ban on SRK from entering Wankhede stadium after the brawl with the MCA officials following his team's victory against the Mumbai Indians in the IPL match.
SRK had earlier refused to apologize for the incident and told the media that he became aggressive only when the MCA officials "manhandled" the children under his responsibility at the stadium and misbehaved with him.
(With inputs from IBNS)