Friends, as you know, Timur’s father Saif Ali Khan is the Nawab of Pataudi and has a good property. But Saif will not be able to make Taimur the heir to his property. Because Saif’s property is mired in controversies. In fact, Saif’s entire movable real estate is covered under the Enemy Property Disputes Act. According to this act, the descendants cannot claim property nor can their son be the heir to this property. And if he does so, he has to first sue the High Court or the Supreme Court.
Saif’s great-grandfather Bhopal Haryana has assets worth about Rs. 5000 crores in other places of the country. After Saif’s father passed away, this property was overseen by Saif’s mother Sharmila Tagore. Later Sharmila handed over the responsibility of maintaining this property to Saif’s sister Saba. However, no one knows yet about the will of Nawab Pataudi. Because of which no one knows how much he has given to his three children. There has been a lot of controversy since the beginning regarding the property of Nawab Pataudi. Whatever property they have in Bhopal, they have now come under the Enemy Property Act.
The Enemy Property Department of the Ministry of Home Affairs has been investigating this property for a long time. Tell that Nawab Hamidullah of Bhopal had no son. In such a situation, he made his elder daughter Abida the heir of this property. Which later settled in Pakistan. After which Hamidullah’s middle daughter Sajida became the heir to this property. Sajida was married to Iftikhar Ali. Sajida’s son’s name was Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi. Mansoor Ali Khan was married to actress Sharmila Tagore. The son of Mansoor and Sharmila is named Saif Ali Khan. Joe’s grandson of Sajida and great-grandson of Hamidullah.
Saif married actress Amrita Singh for the first time. Saif has a son Ibrahim and a daughter Sara from Amrita.
Both of these were contenders for Saif’s property. But now Saif’s second wife Kareena’s son Taimur has become the third contender for this property. But even after Saif’s wish, Taimur cannot become the heir to his property. Saif’s entire property is now in the possession of the enemy property department of the Ministry of Home Affairs.