Mumbai: It looks like superstar Shahrukh Khan is destined to get
into legal hassles this year. In yet another recent incident, a
legal case has been slapped against SRK for disrespecting the
Indian National Flag, during the celebrations after the Indian
cricket team's victory in the World Cup finals, held last year.
A leading daily reports that a social worker named Ravindra
Brahme had filed the case against Khan. Explaining the entire
matter to the daily, Brahme said that while surfing the net, he
came across some pictures in which Shahrukh Khan was waving the
Indian flag in Mumbai after India won the cricket World Cup on
April 2, 2011. Unfortunately, Shahrukh ignored the fact that
saffron colour was at the bottom and the green colour was on top,
which was an insult to the tricolour and too offending.
According to Brahme, the case against the actor was filed with
the Chatushringi police station and then, it got transferred to the
Bandra police station in Mumbai, where Khan resides. Brahme was the
same person, who had earlier filed a case against model Gehna
Vashist for dishonouring the Indian Tricolour by using it as a
bikini in a photoshoot.