Kolkata:Bollywood actor and Kolkata Knight Riders owner Shah Rukh Khan expressed disappointment at the ICC's Anti-Corruption Unit barring him from going to the team dugout and dressing room in the remaining matches.
"I like to hang around with the boys. I am very energetic. I am very disappointed that the ICC has stopped me. I don't know the ICC rules. I'll tell only one thing. Nobody dare stop me from coming to Kolkata. I'll be here whenever my team plays a match at the Eden," Khan said.
Earlier in the day, the Anti-Corruption Unit officials had cautioned the actor about going into the dressing room and the team dug out during the Indian Premier League match between Kolkata Knight Riders and Chennai Super Kings.
Sources said later they directed the matinee idol to stay away from these areas in the remaining matches of his team.
Asked about the Knight Riders' defeat against the Chennai side, he said, "You play the game to win. We feel sad when the boys lose. But such things happen.
"I work hard. I want them to work harder. I would have liked the Kolkata Knight Riders to reach the final," he said.
On the Knight Riders's success as a brand, SRK said, "With the help of colleagues we've done something for this. Still there is a long way to go before it becomes the number one sporting brand."
Khan said he was overwhelmed by the response of the Kolkata public and conceded the gate sales had fetched him twice the amount he had expected.