Dilip Kumar Death: Bollywood legend Dilip Kumar died

Dilip Kumar Death: Bollywood legend Dilip Kumar died
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Bollywood legend Dilip Kumar died at a Mumbai hospital around 7:30 am on Wednesday. He was admitted to the hospital with shortness of breath. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee also mourned the actor’s death on Wednesday.

In a condolence message on Twitter, Modi wrote, “Dilip Kumar Ji was will be remembered as a cinematic legend. He was blessed with unparalleled brilliance, due to which audiences across generations were enthralled. His passing away is a loss to our cultural world. Condolences to his family, friends and innumerable admirers. RIP.”

Mamata wrote on Twitter, “Crestfallen at the passing of a beacon in cinema.Deeply anguished to learn about the demise of veteran actor Dilip Kumar ji.His inimitable style of acting will remain engraved among film lovers for generations. My heartfelt condolences to Saira Banu,his family & millions of fans.”

Dilip had been suffering from age-related illness for a long time. He was admitted to the ICU of Hinduja Hospital in Mumbai. He was admitted to the hospital on June 30. Last time his wife Saira Banu was by his side.

In fact, a few days ago, Saira said on Twitter that Dilip’s physical condition is stable. In his last tweet, Saira wrote, “Mr. Dilip Kumar’s physical condition is now very stable. However, he is still in the ICU. We want to take him home. However, the doctor has not given permission yet. You pray for him. “

Earlier, Dilip had to be admitted to the hospital on June 8. He was suffering from excess fluid accumulation in his lungs. However, a successful pleural aspiration process solved his problem. Dilip was discharged from the hospital after 5 days.

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Dilip’s acting life of six decades. In Bollywood, he was known as the ‘Tragedy King’. He has acted in more than 75 films. Notable among his iconic films are ‘Devdas’, ‘Naya Daur’, ‘Mughal-e-Azam’, ‘Ganga Jamuna’, ‘Kranti’ and ‘Karma’. He was last seen on screen in the 1998 film ‘Kila’.