In 2005, the Supreme Court had passed a landmark amendment to The Hindu Succession Act of 1956, granting daughters the right to inherit ancestral property along with their male relatives under the amended section 6.
However, The Supreme Court in the case Prakash vs Phulavati held that the daughter and the father, both must be alive for the amended section to take effect. If the father has died before the commencement of the Act, his case would be governed by the pre-amended section 6.
In such a case, the ancestral property would devolve only upon the male coparceners of the Hindu Undivided Family (HUF), and form a part of their estate for succession purposes.
If a daughter of a coparcener died before the commencement of the Act, her heirs would have no right in the coparcenary property as she would not have acquired any rights in the coparcenary property.
In this case, you won't have any rights as per the ruling of the Supreme Court.
I hope this solves your query.