OMG! Faisal Khan Compares Staying In Bigg Boss 16 House To Living In Aamir Khan’s Cage; Says, ‘I Don’t Intend To Get Caged Again’

Faisal Khan stated that since he has been caged once in brother Aamir Khan’s house, he doesn’t intend to get caged again in Bigg Boss 16 house

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OMG! Faisal Khan Compares Staying In Bigg Boss 16 House To Living In Aamir Khan’s Cage; Says, ‘I Don’t Intend To Get Caged Again’
Aamir Khan’s brother Faisal Khan has been making headlines since he rejected the controversial reality show ‘Bigg Boss 16’. In fact, in August this year, the Mela actor moved to Bombay High Court, seeking a stay on Salman Khan-hosted show's telecast. Now in a recent interview, Faisal explained why he declined the popular reality show. He stated that he does not wish to get caged again just in return for money. Even Faisal compared staying in BB16 house to living in Aamir’s cage as he said he did not ‘intend to get caged again.’

Speaking with Etimes TV, the actor was asked why turned down the show which would have helped him to connect with the audience. To this, Faisal said in Bigg Boss everyone is pitted against each other, they fight and argue. In the tasks, they play with you mentally and thus he did not want to get trapped in that zone. “They give you some money but by Allah’s grace I don’t need much money. So, I thought why should I get caged? Who likes being caged? Everyone likes a free life. That’s fun, you know,” he was quoted saying. ALSO READ: SHOCKING! Aamir Khan’s Brother Faissal Claims Sushant Singh Rajput’s Death Was A MURDER, Says, ‘I Pray Truth Comes Out’


The Madhosh actor added, “Qaid hone mein mazaa nahin hai. I have been caged once in Aamir’s house. I don’t intend to get caged again. I want to live free and flow like water.”

For the unversed, Faisal Khan was kept under house arrest for a year after his family thought he was depressed and had paranoid schizophrenia. In an interview, he revealed that Aamir locked him in a room and his family took his phone away, gave him medicines, and unwanted drugs and all this continued for a year. Faisal also moved to court against his family and won a legal battle after the court declared he is normal and capable of handling his life.  





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