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New UK PM Boris Johnson Connected to B-Town’s Sara Ali Khan

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New UK PM Boris Johnson Connected to B-Town’s Sara Ali Khan

Usually, we witness politicians after finishing their film career in Bollywood. Several Bollywood actors entered into the political field and made their mark in politics. The same thing has taken place in the United Kingdom. Boris Johnson becomes the new Prime Minister of the United Kingdom on Wednesday. 

We can witness a relationship between the new Prime Minister and Sara Ali Khan. It might be a surprise for you, people. Boris Johnson has some bonding with the popular Bollywood actress Sara Ali Khan, Kapoors and the Pataudi’s in B-town. The Novelist Khushwant Singh is the major link between the relationship with Johnson and the Pataudi’s.

The mother of Boris Johnson’s second wife namely Marina Wheeler was the niece of Khushwant Singh and the Simmba actress Sara Ali Khan is the great-grandniece. Actually, Boris married Marina Wheeler in the year 1993 and got separated in the year 2018. Marina Wheeler is the daughter of BBC Journalist Charles Wheeler and Dip Singh. He was actually married to the youngest brother of Khushwant Singh i.e., Daljit Singh.

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Amrita Singh, the mother of Sara Ali Khan is the daughter of the army officer Shivinder Sinh Virk and the political party member Rukhsana Sultana. Mohinder Kaur, the paternal grandmother was the sister of Khushwant Singh. During his 25 years of married life, Boris Johnson visited India a number of times alongside his wife. 

He earlier referred to himself as the son-in-law of India. Rahul Singh, the son of Khushwant Singh in The Tribune wrote a column about the Prime Minister. He wrote, ‘Should he become Britain’s next PM, I think those Indian insights, thanks mainly due to his 25 years of marriage to Marina, however rocky it may have been, and personal visits to this country, should augur well for better Indo-British ties.’

On Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi posted a congratulatory tweet to the new Prime Minister Boris. He wrote, ‘Congratulations @BorisJohnson on assuming office as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. I wish you success and look forward to working with you to further strengthen India UK partnership in all spheres.’ After witnessing victory in the Conservative Party Leadership contest, Johnson became the Prime Minister on Wednesday.

Published by Neetu Panwar on 25 Jul 2019

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