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Bollywood's famous siblings, Saif Ali Khan and Soha Ali Khan's sister, Saba Ali Khan shared a collage of happy throwback pictures with her niece, Inaaya Naumi Kemmu and nephew, Taimur Ali Khan. Saba might not have walked the path of her star siblings, but she is definitely a star on social media as she keeps on sharing snippets of her beautiful life. The gorgeousness often posts rare pictures from her family archive.
For those who don't know, Saba is a jewellery designer by profession and a mutawalli (Chief Trustee) of the Auqaf-e-Shahi (Royal Trust) established by the princely state of Bhopal as a royal charitable endowment. The gorgeous diva is never spotted in the big parties and get-togethers as she prefers to stay away from the limelight. But thanks to her IG feed, we often get to see beautiful pictures of her.
On April 4, 2021, Saba took to her Instagram stories and shared two collages with throwback pictures of Inaaya, Taimur, Kareena and Soha. In one of the throwback picture in the collage, we can see Taimur and Inaaya pouting for the camera. Atop it, Saba wrote, "Happy Easter." Check it out below:
Saba had once shared a rare picture of her entire family together. In the lovely memory, we could see Mansoor Ali Pataudi with Sharmila Tagore, Soha Ali Khan with Kunal Kemmu, Saba Ali Khan and Saif Ali Khan with Kareena Kapoor Khan. Alongside it, Saba had written, "Family matters. Abba's 70th birthday... Celebration. Together we stand. Tall. #Mahshallah."
Talking about Sharmila ji and Mansoor ji's love story, the former had put forward a special condition to marry Mansoor ji. Yes, it is true! According to media reports, Shamila ji had asked Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi to hit a hat-trick of sixes in a match to which the legendary cricketer had agreed. And rest, as they say, is history!
Sharmila ji had once talked about her husband, Mansoor ji's biopic in an interview with Free Press Journal. She had said, "Well it will depend on who the captains of the ship are – the producers and director. It is a good story, I think, with all the twists and the turns in his life….father’s death, losing his eye after which his average came down from 60 to 30.To receive such a blow at such a young age….I don’t think anyone else has been able to make those adjustments and that kind of an impact with one eye. He not only batted but also fielded after the eye accident. I think he was a wonderful sportsperson. God knows, what he’d have achieved if he had both his eyes."
Well, we love Saba's throwback collages!