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Suhana Khan’s selfie with Ananya Panday goes viral as Shah Rukh Khan’s 2012 Wankhede altercation makes news again

Suhana Khan posted the selfie after KKR won the match against MI

Suhana Khan’s selfie with Ananya Panday goes viral as Shah Rukh Khan’s 2012 Wankhede altercation makes news again
Shah Rukh Khan and Suhana Khan (Courtesy: Avinash Gowariker/Instagram)

Last Updated: 12.20 PM, May 04, 2024


Suhana Khan posted a selfie with BFFs Ananya Panday and Shanaya Kapoor, and her baby brother AbRam Khan was also seen in the picture. The photo is now viral, all while Shah Rukh Khan’s 2012 Wankhded altercation makes news again. It is to be noted that the altercation, according to the latest claims, happened because Suhana Khan was ‘catcalled’ during SRK’s altercation with the security personnel and cricket officials.

Suhana’s selfie

Suhana shared a car selfie with Ananya Panday and Shanaya Kapoor, who are her BFFs. Her baby brother AbRam sneaked into the photo by revealing half of his face from the seat behind her. In the picture, while Ananya just noticed the camera and tried to pose, Shanaya was most definitely not aware and looked into a distance. Suhana wore a tee supporting her father’s team, KKR (Kolkata Knight Riders), and captioned the photo ‘dream team,’ with a tongue out emoji and purple heart. She posted the selfie after KKR’s win against MI (Mumbai Indians). KKR won the match by 24 runs.

Suhana Khan
Suhana Khan

New revelations in SRK’s 2012 Wankhede stadium altercation

Former KKR member Joy Bhattacharya’s tweets have been going viral and for a reason. He felt it was the right time to talk about the altercation and thus went on to claim that the incident with SRK in Wankhede stadium happened because his only daughter Suhana Khan was catcalled. “He did not abuse, I was there. And the next time, stay calm when someone cat calls your young daughter,” Joy tweeted as reply to a user on the platform (now X).

What had happened, and SRK’s stance in the matter

Back in 2012, SRK was banned from Mumbai’s Wankhede stadium after an altercation with a security personnel. Back then, he had a heated confrontation not only with the security but also cricket officials, which eventually led to his ban. The ban was lifted after three years and he started attending matches again. Back then, SRK said that he was triggered after a religious slur was directed towards him. The security staff passed the comment, which got the actor concerned about the safety of his children, including his daughter, who was in the stadium at the time. The topic still remains one that is debated over and speculated about, despite it taking place over a decade ago.

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