Mumbai cricket officials on Friday announced a five-year ban on Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan from the city's main stadium after a late-night row with staff at the grounds.
The Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) has filed a police complaint against Khan, co-owner of the Indian Premier League (IPL) team Kolkata Knight Riders, over the heated altercation on Wednesday night at Wankhede stadium.
"The ban was a unanimous decision," MCA president Vilasrao Deshmukh told reporters in the city. "Action will be taken against whoever breaks the law."
The MCA says Khan should not have entered the ground after the game, saying he misbehaved and used foul language when officials asked him to leave. They also tried to stop a group of children including Khan's daughter from playing on the field.
"Even for us, there are rules of who should come in and who cannot," said Deshmukh.
Khan, one of the biggest names in Bollywood, has denied accusations he was drunk or behaving illegally, saying he became angry when officials at the stadium abused him and "physically manhandled" the children.
The MCA's parent body, the Board of Control for Cricket in India, will look into the "unprecedented case", said its chief administrative officer Ratnakar Shetty.
"Never have we seen this kind of behaviour at any time on any (cricket) ground in India," he said.