The Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) banned the Bollywood star from entering the stadium premises for five years after he got involved in a scuffle with security staff, following KKR's win against MI on 16 May, 2012.
What does MCA stand for?
MCA stands for Mumbai Cricket Association (India)
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Later in the year, the actor got in to a verbal slanging match with the Mumbai Cricket Association officials in Mumbai.
A small news item in the website of India's largest circulated English daily caught my attention the other day: Sachin Tendulkar's son Arjun's inclusion in the Mumbai under-14 team has raised charges of nepotism against the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA).
but we immediately switched it on to alternative electric power and the lights were back on after seven minutes or so," Mumbai Cricket Association secretary Lalchand Rajput said.
Mumbai Cricket Association secretary Lalchand Rajput said: "They have made a few suggestions and we will comply with them.
However, a Mumbai Cricket Association official, Lalchand Rajput, explained: "The firefighting team have made a few suggestions and we will comply with them.
The stadium must be in compliance with the fire safety conditions, "We will soon write a letter to the Mumbai Cricket Association stating there is a need to comply with fire safety norms at the stadium.
But Mumbai Cricket Association joint secretary Lalchand Rajput is confident the required work will be carried out in time.