A huge controversy over the verbal war between superstar Salman Khan and Bigg Boss 11 contestant Zubair Khan is rocking the internet and social media. Now, in a tell-all kind of interview, Zubair Khan, who was also accused of lying about being Haseena Parkar’s son-in-law and Dawood Ibrahim’s relative has broken his silence. Zubair Khan says that his name was misused by Colors and other media that he was Haseena Parkar’s son-in-law. “I never said that I’m associated with Dawood Ibrahim,” Zubair Khan told The Indian Express in an interview.
Zubair Khan said he demands that the channel releases any video where he mentioned that he is relative of Haseena Parkar or Dawood Ibrahim. “I never even threatened anyone,” Zubair said. “I’ve always maintained that I am a filmmaker, never said that I am a don,” Zubair added in the IE interview.
‘Salman no God, we know his past’
Slamming Salman Khan for his behaviour in Bigg Boss, Zubair Khan told IE, “I don’t understand why he tries to play God on Bigg Boss. He is not a pious person; we all know his past.”
“I don’t understand why he tries to play God on Bigg Boss. He is not a pious person; we all know his past and how he behaved,” Zubair told IE.
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‘Salman said I’ll make you a dog’
Zubair Khan, a ‘Bigg Boss’ contestant who was evicted from the reality television show last week, had lodged a police complaint against the show’s host and Bollywood actor, Salman Khan, for allegedly threatening him on air.
According to the Lonavala police, a non-cognizable offence has been registered against the Bollywood actor after Zubair lodged a complaint against him and officials of the ‘Colors’ channel this evening under section 506 (criminal intimidation) of the IPC.
Zubair, in his complaint, alleged that Salman, while threatening him on the show, had said, “I will make you a dog”, the police said, as per a report in PTI.
Earlier, media reports were doing the rounds that Zubair is son-in-law of Dawood’s sister Haseena Parkar.