Mumbai: It seems that evicted contestant of Bigg Boss Zubair Khan has become controversy’s favorite child. Now, he has racked up a new controversy by calling superstar Salman Khan and host of the show ‘a puppet’.
Zubair was introduced in the show as a commoner and was also eliminated in the first week. During his stay in the house, he introduced himself as a relative of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim and the son-in-law of Haseena Parker.
But after getting evicted from the show he denied the fact that he had announced himself as Haseena Parker’s son-in-law.
Not just that he called Bigg Boss a fake show and filed FIR against host Salman Khan, who lashed out at him for constantly using abusive language especially against women inside the house and for threatening other contestants.
“Salman Khan is a puppet and can dance shirtless for money. I am not Vivek Oberoi who will get scared of him. I am also not Arjit Singh who will say ‘sorry bhai’ on social media. I went to the show as a director. I didn’t know they are introducing me as Haseena Parker’s relative on the channel,” Zubair told a leading daily.
He also denied his eviction and said that he himself left the show. “I have left the Bigg Boss house, nobody evicted me. Salman Khan threatened me on camera that he won’t let me work. There’s a saint inside the house, Shivaniji, nobody came to her rescue when she was disrespected. People are scared due to their contract.”
Zubair, who was unable to take Salman’s rude words on national television, consumed few pills and was admitted to the hospital. He also claimed that the makers of the show are calling him back but he rejected their offer.
“They were calling me back. When I attempted suicide after the argument with Salman Khan. I came here for my family, for my wife and kids. These guys are only showing ‘gaalis’. If I wanted I could have said him a lot of things on the national television. I said too. But they were edited,” said Zubair.
If sources are to be believed, Zubair has challenged Salman to come meet him in person.