Home » Television News » Bigg Boss 11: Haseena Parkar's son-in-law Zubair Khan to go on a hunger strike
 
SPEED NEWS

Bigg Boss 11: Haseena Parkar's son-in-law Zubair Khan to go on a hunger strike

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 7 October 2017, 15:01 IST
(twitter)

Popular reality show Bigg Boss season 11 began just a week back but the fights and arguments in the Salman Khan's show began from day one. The common contestants of the show who are being involved in major fights include names of Shilpa Shinde, Vikas Gupta, Arshi Khan, Zubair Khan and Hina Khan.

Also Read: Bigg Boss 11 Friday Ka Faisla: Leaked MMS of Shilpa Shinde; Aarshi Khan calls Hina Khan ‘Patli Dolly Bindra’ and other highlights

But there is one contestant in the Bigg Boss house who is becoming famous for all the wrong reasons. The very first day of the Bigg Boss show saw an ugly fight between Haseena Parkar’s son-in-law Zubair Khan and famous dancer of Haryana, Sapna Chaudhary. Since then he has been creating ruckus in the house and is troubling and abusing the co-contestants in the house.

In yesterday's Friday Ka Faisla episode, the padosi contestants of the show put him behind the bars of the Kaal Kothari for misbehaving with other contestants. Not only him but Shilpa Shinde and Akash Dadlani have also been sent to the kaal kothari.

Also Read: Bigg Boss 11: Zubair Khan not related to the family of Haseena Parkar; FIR to be filed against him

According to a leading Entertainment portal, Businessofcinema.com, Zubair is quite frustrated in the jail and want to come out of the jail and that is the reason why he has gone on a hunger strike. Zubair has declared that he won't eat food until Bigg Boss takes his problem seriously and gets him out of the house.

Also Read: Bigg Boss 11: Are Vikas Gupta and Splitsvilla 10 fame Priyank Sharma dating each other

Now it will be interesting to see what action Bigg Boss will take against Zubair Khan. Today in Weekend Ka Vaar episode, Salman Khan as the host will be seen taking each contestant's class.

 

First published: 7 October 2017, 15:01 IST
 
PREVIOUS STORY
NEXT STORY