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‘Bigg Boss’ evicted contestant “Zubair Khan” slams “Salman Khan”

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'Bigg Boss' evicted contestant slams Salman Khan

Mumbai, Oct 10 : Zubair Khan, who has been evicted from the 11th season of controversial reality TV show “Bigg Boss”, has slammed host Salman Khan by saying the superstar changed his “bad boy” image with Being Human and has challenged him to meet him in person.

“You speak about Being Human, you changed your image after the car accident when you were told that you have become such a bad boy. We have your entire report. You just show off with your brand Being Human,” Zubair said.

“We know all about your look-outs, with who you live and which actress you roam with,” he added.

The former contestant challenged Salman to meet him personally without a bodyguard.

“Where you want to call me, come without a bodyguard. Even if you come along (with) a bodyguard, that would also do,” Zubair said.

Zubair was ousted from reality television show. He has filed a written complaint against Salman accusing him of allegedly threatening him in the October 7 night episode of the “Bigg Boss” elimination show.

Salman had blasted Zubair for allegedly misbehaving with some housemates.

Zubair also claimed that “Bigg Boss” is “fully scripted” and slammed it as a “fake reality show”.

In his complaint, Zubair said he “consumed pills to get out of the ‘Bigg Boss’ set”. He had made an exit from the set due to his health before the eviction episode on Sunday.

Salman had announced that Zubair had secured the least number of votes and was eliminated for the season. (IANS)

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Actor Salman Khan Denies Rumours of Him Contesting in Lok Sabha Elections

Not contesting Lok Sabha elections, says Salman

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Superstar Salman Khan on Thursday denied that he was campaigning for a political party or contesting himself in the coming Lok Sabha elections.

“Contrary to the rumours, I am not contesting elections nor campaigning for any political party…”, Salman tweeted after his previous tweet led to speculation that he is campaigning for the Bharatiya Janata Party.

Earlier in the day, the “Sultan” actor retweeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s tweet, urging people “to exercise your right (to vote) and participate in making the Government”.

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On March 13, Modi, on Twitter, requested several actors including Salman and Aamir Khan to “inspire and motivate youth in your own andaz (style) to vote so that we can strengthen democracy and our country”.

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The Lok Sabha elections are scheduled in seven phases from April 11 to May 19. The results will be announced on May 23. (IANS)