Dilip Kumar, a veteran actor and famous as the tragedy king in Bollywood, passed away on Wednesday morning. He was 98 years old. His health was not keeping well for a long time. He had to be admitted to the hospital several times. Dilip Kumar was admitted to the hospital twice in the last month.
According to media reports, his last rites will be performed on Wednesday at 5 pm in Juhu's graveyard. After the death of Dilip Kumar, his first photo has surfaced. In the photo that surfaced, his dead body is being kept in the ambulance. At the same time, his wife Saira Banu is seen sitting by his side.
Saira Banu is unable to control herself after the passing of her husband Dilip Kumar. Her tears are not stopping. During this too, she did not get away from Dilip Kumar's dead body even for a moment.
Dilip Kumar was ill for a long time. He had to be admitted to the hospital for the second time within a month. His wife Saira Banu was constantly passing information related to his health to the fans through the media. She was with him till the last moment. Dilip Kumar was admitted to the hospital on June 30.
Earlier on June 6, Dilip Kumar was admitted to Hinduja Hospital in Mumbai after he had trouble breathing. Here he was admitted for 4-5 days. After this, he was discharged on 11 June. It was tweeted from Dilip Kumar's Twitter account while being discharged from the hospital.
It was written in it – "With the prayers and prayers of all of you, Dilip Sahab went home from the hospital. Your love and affection always touched Dilip Sahab's heart. But this time when he was admitted, he could not return home." Dilip Kumar's family friend Faizal Farooqui informed about his death from Dilip Sahab's own Twitter account.
Let us tell you that Dilip Kumar made his Bollywood debut in 1944 with the film 'Jwar Bhata', but he got his first success from the 1947 movie 'Jugnu'. During the first film itself, Dilip Kumar's name was Yusuf Khan, which was later changed by Devika Rani. He then came to be known as the 'Tragedy King', becoming famous for his serious roles in films like Deedar (1951) and Devdas (1955).