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Known to be the greatest and one of the most significant sports personalities, legend boxer Muhammad Ali died at the age of 74 on the June 3. Calling himself the greatest, Muhammad stood to this claim by winning the World Heavyweight Championship for over three times. With a very impressive career in boxing and an even impressive civil rights campaigner, he stood against the bounds between sports and nationality.
Ali, vulnerable to injuries that may even cause death in each of his fight, he never let the fear take over him. While he fought his last two fights, Ali was already suffering with brain damage. He was hospitalized on June 2 as he was suffering from a respiratory problem, and though it was believed that he will recover soon unfortunately we lost him on June 3. His death saddened not just his family, but people worldwide. We lost an inspirational sportsman, and the world mourns his death.
The Bollywood industry too is disheartened by the loss of this great personality, and this is how they remember the legend:
Amitabh Bachchan took to Twitter to express his sadness over Muhammad Ali's death. He also tweeted along a picture of the two together, he in his tweet mentioned that Prakash Mehra had once contemplated on the thought of making a film with Amitabh and Ali together. Recalling of the time he shared a picture along with him at his Los Angeles house.
Abhishek Bachchan too took it to Twitter to recall of a time when his father, Amitabh Bachchan, first told him about the greatest boxer Muhammad Ali. He in his tweet also mentioned that Ali was the first sportsman he ever knew about.
Shah Rukh Khan took to Twitter to wish well to the Boxer as Ali was admitted in the hospital due to respiratory problems. Hearing about his death, next day he expressed his sadness over Ali's death by tweeting that the man dies unbeaten.
Lata Mangeshkar remembered the legend and tweeted a picture of her along with her niece and Ali during their flight travel. She also shared an image of the Beatles and Ali together, remebering the legends of muisc and boxing.
John Abraham who is a sports enthusiast himself was saddened by the death of the great boxer. Tweeting about the loss, he called 3 June, 2016 a sad day.
Rishi Kapoor is well known for being at his wittest best on Twitter, and like before this time he tweeted recalling a time when Muhammad Ali called him a 'pretty boy'.
Other celebrities too tweeted expressing their sadness and admiration for the legend on Twitter. Arjun Kapoor, Anil Kapoor, and Ayushmann Khurrana were amongst the celebs who took to twitter on June 3 wishing the legend's soul will rest in peace.
Mahesh Bhatt, Dia Mirza, Farhan Akhtar, Pooja Bedi, Neha Dhupia, and Rana Daggubatti too were amongst the other few who tweeted on Muhammad Ali's sad demise.
By Stuti Srivastava
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