Salman Khan, Zubair Khan fiasco leads to another shocking revelation regarding 'Bigg Boss 11'

Published: October 10, 2017
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‘Bigg Boss’ has become a term synonymous with controversy. Ever since the inception of the Indian addition of the show, it has had its list of episodes and characters that contributed to its notorious image but none more so than the Salman Khan vs Zubair Khan fiasco, reports Bollywood Life. 

Season 11 got to an exploding start with various contestants lashing out at each other. However, Zubair Khan particularly came under fire for abusive behaviour, especially with women. Bigg Boss fans know that never goes well with Salman.

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The, now eliminated, contestant has come forward with a series of accusations with regards to the show and the host. He has even filed a police complaint against Salman Khan. The latest claim made by the ex-contestant is that Bigg Boss season 11 is scripted!

Zubair Khan also complained how he wasn’t asked to give any statement after his attempted suicide. He explained that he feared for his life as Salman openly threatened him on national television.

Salman has a connection with the police

The evicted contestant also made similar claims against the channel airing the show and how Salman would “end his career”. He stated that the actor has connections and he had to attempt suicide in order to get away from the Bigg Boss house.

An NGO supposedly aided Zubair Khan by forwarding his letter after the police decided not to file a complaint, he also claims.

Read the letter below to see what he had to say..

PHOTO: BOLLYWOOD LIFE

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With events like these unfolding, its safe to say that Bigg Boss is back and its hasn’t changed one bit!

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