Bigg Boss contestant Zubair Khan, who claimed to be gangster Dawood Ibrahim’s relative, has allegedly filed a police complaint against Salman Khan for threatening him. Zubair claimed that the actor threatened him that he would not be able to work in the industry anymore and made statements like “I will make you my dog”.
Contestant Zubair Khan, who was eliminated from the ongoing reality show, Bigg Boss 11, has reportedly filed a complaint against the show’s host Salman Khan for threatening him.
Zubair has allegedly filed a police complaint at the Antop Hill Police Station (Thane, Mumbai) against Salman for threatening him. A copy of the complaint is being circulated on social media. In his complaint, Zubair claims Salman threatened him on the Saturday’s episode of the show. He claims Salman told him, “Tere ko kutta banaunga, tu bahar nikal tere ko chhodunga nahi. Tere ko industry me kaam nahi karne dunga, tereko marunga.”
After Zubair fell sick, he had to make an emergency exit from the Bigg Boss house and was hospitalised. Later, during the Sunday episode, Salman announced that Zubair had got the minimum votes among those nominated and hence was evicted. He was still in the hospital when the episode was shot.
Before his eviction, Salman had lashed out at Zubair for misbehaving with the housemates and threatened to reveal his “true identity” to the world, hinting at the possibility that Zubair may not have any connection with the family of gangster Dawood Ibrahim. Zubair had often threatened the housemates with his “underworld connections”.