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Shahryar Khan, the former Chairman of PCB, was also known to be the uncle of Bollywood actor Saif Ali Khan.

Recently, the cricketing world lost a prominent figure, former PCB Chairman Shahryar Khan, at the age of 89.


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Former PCB Chairman Shahryar Khan, a revered figure in the cricketing world, passed away recently at the age of 89 after battling illness for some time, confirmed by family sources. Known for his diplomatic skills and commitment to cricket, Khan played a vital role in bridging the gap between India and Pakistan in cricketing relations.

Beyond his cricketing achievements, Shahryar Khan had an interesting familial connection as the uncle of Bollywood star Saif Ali Khan, adding a cultural dimension that transcended sports and entertainment boundaries. Hailing from a prestigious royal lineage with roots tracing back to Afghanistan, Khan’s contributions to cricket diplomacy were noteworthy.

Born on March 29, 1934, in the historic Qasr-e-Sultani Palace in Bhopal State, British India, Khan belonged to a lineage deeply entrenched in the subcontinent’s royal heritage. Throughout his tenure as PCB Chairman, he demonstrated a commitment to upholding the integrity of the game while navigating the complexities of cricket administration.

Khan’s legacy as a visionary leader and a catalyst for fostering goodwill between nations through cricket will continue to inspire future generations. As Pakistan mourns the loss of this cricketing luminary, his enduring impact on the sport and his efforts to promote camaraderie between nations will be remembered with respect and appreciation.

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