Saif Ali Khan Family-Mother Sharmila Tagore and Father Nawab Pataudi whole Dynasty

Saif Ali Khan Family-Mother Sharmila Tagore and Father Nawab Pataudi whole Dynasty

The male actor belongs to a good family. He is one of the most famous celebrities in the Entertainment Industry. Saif Ali Khan Whole Family. 

Personal Life

The Saif Ali Khan Pataudi family is an Indian nawab dynasty that descends from the princely state of Pataudi. Faiz Talab Khan, the first Nawab of the Pataudi State in 1804, was an ethnic Pashtun from the Baruch tribe of Kandahar, Afghanistan. His descendants ruled the state until 1949 when it merged with East Punjab and became a part of the Dominion of India. Saif Ali Khan Whole Family. 

 The Pataudi’s were given privy purses and kept their names until the Indian government abolished both in 1971. Iftikhar Ali Khan Pataudi served as the last ruling Nawab, and his son Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi and recognized titular Nawab.

Saif Ali Khan is the new patriarch of the house. The former had also played for England in the 1930s. Actors who work mainly in the Hindi film industry make up the family’s current members.

Rich Family

Fans of different Bollywood celebrities are usually eager to learn everything there is to know about their idols. People keep track of everything, from which brands they buy to which cars they own. They still have to access everything because of social media. Their homes are in a similar situation. 

When people get a glimpse of their home, they always get excited and search for items that will make them fit their own homes to those of the celebrities. We’ve seen inside Amitabh Bachchan’s massive mansion Jalsa, Shah Rukh Khan’s house Mannat, and even Salman Khan’s Panvel farmhouse many times. 

However, did you know that Saif Ali Khan is the only Indian celebrity to have his palace? That is right. Saif and Kareena Kapoor Khan’s residence had situated in Pataudi, Haryana’s Gurgaon district. It’s called the Pataudi Palace or Ibrahim Kothi. After a group of hotels rented it, the actor had to make up the difference with his own money. 

Tagore Family 

The Tagore family rose to social prominence in Bengal in the eighteenth century, first as slaves to European traders, then as businessmen, landowners, religious leaders, administrators, litterateurs, lawyers, and social activists in the early nineteenth century.

Most other prosperous Brahmin and Thakur families in Bengal may trace their ancestors back to Bhatta Narayan.  The legendary leader of the five Brahmins who, according to legend, came from Kanauj in the eleventh century.

With over 300 years of history, the Tagore family (also spelled Thakur) has been one of Calcutta’s most prominent families and is regarded as a major influencer during the Bengali Renaissance. Several members of the family have made significant contributions to commerce, social and religious change, literature, art, and music, among other fields.

Sharmila Tagore

Tagore married Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi, a former captain of the Indian cricket team. And the Nawab of Pataudi On 27th December 1968. She became begum Ayesha Begum and Ayesh Sultana after converting to Islam before marrying him. Saif Ali Khan, a Bollywood actor, Saba Ali Khan, a jewelry designer, and Soha Ali Khan, a Bollywood actress, and TV personality, are their three children. On 22nd September 2011, Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi, 70, died.

She wrote to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in November 2012. Requesting that the upcoming series between India and England had referred to as the Pataudi Trophy. Which the MCC commissioned in 2007. The Indian board replied by stating that England’s Test series. Against India is for the Anthony de Mello Trophy, named after the BCCI’s co-founder and cricket administrator.

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