Bigg Boss 11: Complaint filed against Salman Khan by evicted contestant

Marsha Scott
October 10, 2017

Vikas Gupta, the popular TV producer seems to be having a tough time in the "Bigg Boss 11" house as he has been attacked for his sexuality by few co-contestants.

When he entered the house, he claimed to be the son-in-law of Haseena Parkar, underworld don Dawood Ibrahim's sister.

Hina tells Salman that her "arch enemy" Arshi should be questioned about abusing her but instead Salman pulls up Hina for not taking a stand when Zubair was behaving badly with Arshi. Zubair got so depressed after the incident that he overdosed on sleeping pills and was then taken out of the house for medical checkups.

After Zubair fell sick, he had to make an emergency exit from the Bigg Boss house and was hospitalised.

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After getting their stories ideal they are all set to wreak havoc on other contestants with their concealed identities. It was revealed that the Padosis will have to decide who gets to be nominated, and they'll be going into the main house that right moment.

Weekend Ka Vaar too is not the same anymore. He made sure, there wasn't a boring moment in the episode. In a fit of rage, Vikas throws an egg on the kitchen floor and refuses to clean it up. What turn will Shilpa and Vikas' fight take? As the padosis are introduced, the housemates will get curious to know about them. Akash keeps shouting "boo for vikas". Vikas and Hina get into a heated argument over Priyank's ouster and Arshi. According to The Indian Express, Zubair Khan had lodged a complaint against Salman where he mentioned that the latter called him a dog.

Also, there are reports that Vikas was sent back by Bigg Boss' creative team after a lot of cajoling. There will also be loads of entertainment with the Golmaal Again gang on the show.

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