On Mansoor Ali Khan’s Death Anniversary, How The Pataudis Remembered Him



On Tiger Pataudi's 10th Death Anniversary, How Sharmila Tagore, Soha And Inaaya Remembered Him

Soha Ali Khan shared this image. (courtesy sakpataudi)


  • Mansoor Ali Khan died in 2011
  • Soha, Sharmila Tagore and Inaaya visited his grave
  • Saba Ali Khan also remembered her father

New Delhi:

On Mansoor Ali Khan’s 10th death anniversary, his family members remembered him. Mansoor Ali Khan’s daughter and actress Soha Ali Khan posted a picture from his grave. The legendary cricketer is buried at his ancestral home, Pataudi Palace. Soha Ali Khan posted a picture with her mother Sharmila Tagore and daughter Inaaya Naumi Kemmu and she wrote in her caption: “You are never dead to us until we forget you.#inmemory #10years.” In the comments section, Soha’s Instafam paid tribute to the late cricketer.

This is what Soha Ali Khan posted:

Jewelry designer Saba Ali Khan too posted a tribute for her father and she wrote: “Abba… I miss you every day and know you watch over me . It doesn’t feel like a decade since you left us… Only just yesterday. You’ll stay in our hearts forever. Love you always.”

Saba Ali Khan posted this:

In a septate post, Saba Ali Khan wrote: “Nawab Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi. 05.01.1941- 22.09.2011. Quran khani.”

Sharmila Tagore married legendary cricketer Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi in 1969. The couple welcomed son, actor Saif Ali Khan, in 1970, daughter Saba, who is now a jewellery designer, in 1976 and actress-author Soha Ali Khan in 1978. Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi died after battling a lung infection at the age of 70 in 2011.

Sharmila Tagore, who was launched by the iconic filmmaker Satyajit Ray in the 1959 Bengali film Apur Sansar, stepped into Bollywood with the 1964 film Kashmir Ki Kali. She has worked in many successful Bollywood films like Aradhana, Chupke Chupke, Amar Prem among others.

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