Bigg Boss 11: Evicted contestant Zubair Khan files complaint against Salman Khan Bigg Boss 11: Zubair Khan reveals how much he was paid per week for the show Bigg Boss 11: The audience got to see a furious version of Salman Khan in the very first Weekend Ka Vaar, especially against Zubair Khan. The actor who lost his cool against the contestant over his misbehaviour against women in the show, is now in trouble. Apparently, Zubair has filed a case against Salman Khan Ever since Bigg Boss 11 has begun, it has been taking some interesting twists and turns. The audience has not been able to keep a tab on what all is happening in the house because the contestants are constantly bickering, fighting, abusing and what not. As if the masala was not enough, we got to know that Zubair Khan, the contestant who was evicted in the first week from the Bigg Boss house, has apparently filed a case against host Salman Khan. The complain has been registered at the Lonavala police station of Mumbai. Zubair claims that Salman threatened him that he would not be able to work in the industry anymore once he leaves the house. The complaint further reads that Salman made statements like “I will make you my dog. Will see you after you leave the home.” For those who did not follow what exactly happened, Salman lost his cool at Zubair in Bigg Boss 11’s first Weekend Ka Vaar, which aired on Saturday (October 9). The reason behind Salman’s attitude or behaviour was the fact that Zubair has been constantly using inappropriate language in the house, especially against women. He has been threatening people to not tick him off as he can be dangerous. Zubair Khan, one of the contestants on the controversial reality show Bigg Boss 11, left the house, as he claims, after a heated argument with its host, Bollywood actor Salman Khan on Sunday. On the show, he was evicted after getting the least number of votes among all the nominated contestants. Later, reports came that Zubair took many sleeping pills. Apparently miffed with Salman Khan, Zubair says he is going to file a complaint against Salman Khan. He says, “I am going to Lonavala to file a complaint against Salman. It’s a fake show. They tell the contestants what to do.” He seems really angry with Bigg Boss 11 host. “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 in the show as a director. I didn’t know they are introducing me as Haseena Parkar’s relative on the channel. Before the show, it was publicised that Zubair is related to Haseena Parkar, underworld don Dawood Ibrahim’s sister who died in 2014. However, later reports claimed he was not related to Parkar. Zubair says he never claimed it was so. “Six years ago, I said this live on a TV channel. My wife’s name is Sana Khan and mother-in-law’s name is Noor Jahan. I never said anything. Now, if they’re related to Dawood Bhai, you should ask them.” He further says, “If I wanted cheap publicity, I could have done it before the release of the film I made, Lakeer Ka Fakeer, by taking such names. I never said anything at that time. This is the channel’s ploy to use Dawood’s name.” He vehemently denies being thrown out of 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, Shivani ji, nobody came to her rescue when she was disrespected. People are scared due to their contract.” Bigg Boss 11: Zubair Khan reveals how much he was paid per week for the show Find out more latest news click Daily Trending News channel. Subscribe Us for Latest News & Updates - https://www.youtube.com/DailyTrendingNews Thanks for watching our channel section. If you like our videos please like ,share & comment video and please Subscribe our Channel for latest update. We updated regularly new videos in our Channel. Subscribe Us for Latest News & Updates - https://www.youtube.com/DailyTrendingNews Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.