Legend Boxer Muhammad Ali’s Hana and Maryum are in London to promote the British documentary ‘I am Ali’.
According to media reports Maryum said in an interview, “He was famous in boxing when I was a kid. I had to share him with the world, at the same time the world loved him. So we were able to receive the love.”
“He used to sit me down and tell me how just because I’m famous the world’s going to treat you different. They’re going to treat you special, but you’re no better than anybody else and the only thing that makes you greater than anyone is your heart”, she added.
When asked about Mohammed Ali, she said, he is a Parkinson patient but he is doing good and enjoying his life.
‘I am Ali’ is a documentary based on the legend’s career. The documentary mixes interviews with Ali’s family and inner circle with archive footage and personal audio recordings and includes the years when Ali was banned from boxing from 1967-1971.
‘I Am Ali’ written and directed by U.K. filmmaker Clare Lewins, will release this week. Boxing legend Mohammad Ali himself, Hana Ali, Maryum Ali, Mohammad Ali junior and Rahman Ali will be seen playing the lead role in the documentary.
Author: Shaista Tabassum
Source: Business Recorder