Bollywood desk. Saif Ali Khan, who has been active in films for almost two decades, says that he inherited nothing. Pataudi Palace was let out near Neemrana Hotels after the death of his father Tiger Pataudi aka Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi. They had to work hard to get it back. Saif made this disclosure in a recent interview to an English news website.
Hotel drivers asked for a lot of money
Saif said that Aman Nath and Francis Wacziarg ran the hotel. One day Francis asks him if he wants back to the Palace? If so, let them know. When Saif expresses his desire to take her back, he holds a press conference and declares that he is ready to return to the Palace, but for this he will have to pay a lot of money.
I have not inherited anything: Saif
Saif says, “I redeemed the palace by earning continuously. That is, the house that I should have inherited, I also got from the earnings from films. You cannot stay away from the past. Especially not from your family at all.” . I was brought up this way, but I inherited nothing. “
‘I was born and brought up in Bombay’
Saif shedding light on his past, he says, “I was born and brought up in Bombay (Mumbai). My father lived with his mother (Sharmila Tagore) in his flat at Carmichael Road. I went to the Cathedral, in Bombay Gym. Spent. There was a world that was more influenced by my father than films. He had just finished his cricketing career. I was 4-5 at the time of his last Test series. “
“My mother says that he (father) continued to abdicate his responsibilities. His mother used to take care of Bhopal and Pataudi. When she was old, we moved to Delhi to live with her, where she had a very beautiful and big house, which is in India. The government gave them for life because of the agreement on land, property and other kind. “