Zubair Khan seems much of rattled after being evicted from Bigg Boss house 11. He has been giving constant interviews to defame Salman Khan accusing him of lot of things. He also has filed a complaint against Bigg Boss 11 host Salman Khan for insulting him on national television. Last interview, Zubairaccused Salman Khan being scared by Dawood Ibrahim and also having connection with underworld. He even said that Salman Khan should apologise to him. In the eviction episode of Bigg Boss, Salman Khanmade a comment on Zubair Khan’s apology demand with his own witty style. He seems to be going to apologise for comparing Zubair to the dogs but later he apologised to dogs for comparing them to Zubair.
Indianexpress connected to the director- producer, Zubair laughed at the Salman Khan saying “All I want to say that I am thankful to Allah that because of me Salman apologized to his brothers, the dogs. That’s my only reply to his infamous comment on the show. He is not God that he treats people like dirt.”
Zubair also mentioned that Bigg Boss productions, Colors Channels and Endemol has been stopped taking his calls. He further added “They announced that I have a connection with Dawood Ibrahim and Haseena Parker when I never spoke about it. Now that my lawyers are demanding the declaration forms they are saying that they’ve misplaced it. Clearly proves that it was their plan to malign me and use me for ratings.”Zubair also said “He is no saint and as I told he did all this because of pressure from the underworld. But I did not go on the show to get into his good books and thus will avenge all that he did to me. I have planned to file PIL against all the cases that he got away with the help of his money and D-company association. I want to tell Salman in his own style- ‘Hum tumpe itna PILs file karenge, ke tum confuse ho jaoge ke shoot pe jayein ya court mein (I will file so many PILs against you that you will be torn between going to your shoots and court). I will bring him down and get him arrested. He should never underestimate the power of a common man.”