Mumbai: Bollywood star Shahrukh Khan has once again landed in trouble as a case has been registered against him for disrespecting the national flag.
As per the reports, social worker Ravindra Brahme (40) has filed case against SRK for dishonoring the tricolor during the celebrations that followed the Indian cricket team's win in the World Cup final that took place on April 2, 2011.
According to the reports, model Gehna Vashist was detained on Saturday after Brahme filed complaint against her for using the national flag as a bikini in a photoshoot in Mumbai.
Ravindra said, "We have decided to start a movement against people who show disrespect to the Indian flag and if we find such people, we will start registering complaints against them without thinking of their stature."
He added, "In SRK's case, I was surfing the net and on one website I found some pictures in which he was waving the Indian flag in Mumbai after India won the cricket World Cup on April 2, 2011. While waving the flag, he ignored the fact that saffron colour was at the bottom and the green colour was on top."
Brahme said that Shahrukh is a role model of various youths in the country and he should act responsibly. If SRK will indulge in such acts, the youth will also emulate him. He also revealed that he has registered a case against Khan with the Chatushringi police station and the case has been transferred to the Bandra police station in Mumbai, where Khan resides.