Saif Ali Khan won’t be able hand down a penny from his Rs. 5000 cr property to his kids!
Bollywood celebrity Saif Ali Khan belongs to one of the richest families of India, the Pataudi royal lineage. Including the Pataudi Palace in Haryana and his other ancestral property in Bhopal, his combined assets are worth around an astounding Rs. 5000 crore. However, the star won’t be able to give a penny from his property to his kids Sara, Ibrahim, Taimur and Jeh.
Apparently, all of the properties belonging to the House of Pataudi, including the relevant assets, falls under the controversial Enemy Disputes Act of the India Government. According to the legalities, no-one can claim any rights on such properties that comes under the said act. If a person feels that any part of the property or asset is rightfully theirs, then they will have to consider taking the case to the High Court. If the HC denies the claims then next option is Supreme Court and finally, the President of India.
As per the sources, Saif’s great grand father Hamidullah Khan, the Nawab under the British regime, never made a will to his properties due to which their could be dispute within the family. As Saif has relatives in Pakistan who are to his grand aunt’s descendants, the members of that family can cause trouble in particular. Taking all this in consideration, the government has put a clause to the property. This concludes that the star won’t be able to hand down even a penny from his Rs. 5000 crore property to either of his kids, whether be it from his first wife Amrita Singh or second wife Kareena Kapoor.