Amir Khan’s Parents blast Granddaughter’s £75k Birthday Party

Amir Khan’s parents have blasted the rainforest-themed birthday party that was held for their granddaughter. The bash cost £75,000.

Amir Khan's Parents blast Granddaughters £75k Birthday Party ft

"Amir's siblings and his parents were not there, which is very upsetting."

Amir Khan’s parents have criticised their granddaughter’s £75,000 party for her first birthday, calling it “ridiculous”. They have also said that they were not invited.

The party was held at the University of Bolton Stadium which was the same place where the couple held their £150,000 engagement celebration.

Khan and Faryal Makhdoom also held their eldest daughter’s second birthday party there which cost £100,000.

Even though Alayna turned one in April 2019, the party was in early June as the family are planning to move to London in late 2019.

It was rumoured that they were planning on moving out of Bolton. Now it looks like the couple is going through with it.

Faryal went all out for her youngest daughter’s birthday as she had the lavish venue transformed into an Amazonian-inspired rainforest.

It featured statues of tropical animals, vibrant bushes and a glossy jungle-print dancefloor by designers Enchanted by Syma.

The party was planned by Opulence Events London and guests were greeted to jungle-themed banners when they arrived.

Guests were also treated to a dance performance by women dressed in animal-style catsuits.

However, Amir Khan’s parents were not happy with the party. They felt left out after they were omitted from the guest list.

Faryal Makhdoom & Amir throw £75k Birthday Party for Alayna 6

Reigniting his public feud with the boxer and his wife Faryal Makhdoom, Shah Khan blasted the “excessive” party that was held for Alayna’s first birthday.

He said: “We were not invited to the party. Amir’s siblings and his parents were not there, which is very upsetting. But it didn’t bother him or his wife.

“An awful lot of money was spent on the party and I feel it could have been better used. It seems a bit excessive to me.

“Every parent wants the best for their kids but what Amir has spent is quite ridiculous.

“We knew the party was happening and are very disappointed at not being invited.”

“This is just part of the campaign by Amir’s wife to separate him from his family and control his life. But everything will blow up again in their marriage, it’s just a matter of time.”

The Daily Mail reported that Shah’s revelation that the Khan family was not invited to the party comes a few weeks after he revealed that his son has not spoken to them for six months.

Shah blamed the boxer’s wife and her mother for the feud. He accused them of trying to control his life and drive a wedge between him and his family.

Amir Khans Parents blast Granddaughter £75k Birthday Party - couple

In 2016 and 2017, the Khan family had a bitter and public fall out due to a war of words between Faryal and her in-laws.

She accused them of bullying while they called her a bad mother.

Shah spoke out after discovering that Amir planned to move out of Bolton in a bid to save his marriage.

Dhiren is a journalism graduate with a passion for gaming, watching films and sports. He also enjoys cooking from time to time. His motto is to “Live life one day at a time.”

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