Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan stuck to his guns in spite of the threat from the Shiv Sena and other political outfits to ban his film My Name is Khan if he didn't apologise for supporting the inclusion of Pakistani cricketers in the IPL. However, the King Khan has apologised to his fans all over the world for the inconvenience he had caused.
Some section of the media reported that Shahrukh had apologised on twitter over the controversy on his film but it's very clear that it was not directed to the Shiv Sena or any political outfits for that matter. "i thank u all for this..apologise for giving stress over the last few days...& now truly know the meaning of being humbled.lov u all so much (sic)," tweeted the Bollywood Baadshah.
My Name is Khan had a great worldwide opening in spite of the threat from the Shiv Sena. It earned around Rs.250 million across the globe on the opening day itself.