Celebrities and their favourite off the ring pictures with Muhammad Ali
A photograph with The Greatest Muhammad Ali can never be less than special, even for the celebs
The greatest and me: Singer Jennifer Lopez and Ali share a light moment during the Muhammad Ali Celebrity Fight Night XIX in Arizona on March 22, 2013. Pic/AFP
Former US president George Bush with Muhammad Ali. Pic:AP/PTI
Amitabh Bachchan posted this picture with Ali on Twitter
Melody queen Lata Mangeshkar posted a picture of Ali, her niece Rachana and herself on Twitter
India's late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi with Muhammad Ali. Pic/PTI
Indian music legend Mohammed Rafi with Muhammad Ali. Pic/PTI
Sachin Tendulkar@sachin_rt: My hero since childhood. I always had a wish to meet you some day but now it will never happen. RIP "The Greatest"
Lata Mangeshkar@mangeshkarlata: A legend no more - Muhammed Ali... Had the privilege of meeting him on a flight to London with my niece, Rachana.
Narendra Modi@narendramodi: RIP Muhammad Ali. You were an exemplary sportsperson & source of inspiration who demonstrated the power of human spirit & determination.
Mahela Jayawardena@mahelajay: Great man Muhammad Ali lost his last fight but will be in our hearts for ever. " float like a butterfly sting like a bee" #RIPMuhammadAli
Rishi Kapoor @chintskap: SRIP. Muhammad Ali. Was at a function with him in Bahrain think early 1980s. He was unwell and he called me "pretty boy".
Madonna @Madonna: What is going on??!! We are losing all of our National Treasures. Our Pillars of Humanity. He was the Greatest! ??
Mike Tyson @MikeTyson: "God came for his champion. So long great one."
Gary Linekar @GaryLinekar: The greatest has fought his final round. Muhammad Ali was the most magnificent athlete who transcended his sport. #RIP.
Tony Parker @tonyparker: RIP Muhammad Ali ! All my prayers and thoughts to his family. #TheGreatest.
Amitabh Bachchan @SrBachchan: Mohammed Ali the greatest ever! A gentleman and learned mind! He not just fought in the ring but outside it as well! And won! With the 'greatest' Muhammed Ali at his home in Los Angeles. Prakash Mehra had wished to make film with him and me.