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Soha Ali Khan shares a rare video of her father Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi on his death anniversary

In the video, the legendary cricketer is seen talking about his father's demise

Soha Ali Khan shares a rare video of her father Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi on his death anniversary
Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi; (right) Soha Ali Khan
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Last Updated: 10.53 AM, Sep 22, 2022

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It's legendary cricketer Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi’s 11th death anniversary today and his daughters, Soha Ali Khan and Saba Ali Khan, have paid tribute to their father on their respective social media handles. Soha shared an old video of the erstwhile Nawab of Pataudi. In the video, the cricketer is seen talking about how he received the news of his father's demise and how difficult it is to lose a father at such a young age.

Mansoor's father Nawab Ifthikar Ali Khan Pataudi, who was also an international cricketer, died in 1952 when he was merely 11 years old. Speaking in Urdu, Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi, says in the video, "My mother came and told me my father was no more in just those few words. I was too young to understand the loss and didn't even realise what that meant . It was only over time that it sunk in that it isn't easy to live your life without your father.”

Soha captioned the picture, “How I miss that voice (1941-2011).” To which her sister, Saba replied, “I posted this long back.. thanks for the reminder." Many ardent fans of cricket and Mansoor's fans reacted to the video. While one user sent lot of love from Bhopal, another person who was in awe of his Urdu, said, "Masha Allah itni acchi khalis Urdu (sic)." After user wrote, “What a charming voice.. will search his interviews on Youtube now to listen him more.” Yet another fan wondered why a bipic was not made on him. “I wonder why a biopic is not made on him? (sic)”

Soha's sister Saba Ali Khan, too shared a photo frame of her father placed on the table with bamboo plant on her social media handle and captioned it, “Missed every single day. Miss you abba,” she wrote.

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