Dilip Kumar Veteran actorDilip Kumar Veteran actor

BolBolBollywood.com Special, Story, Mumbai. Mumbai. An era of Bollywood has come to an end. On Wednesday, at the age of 98, the tragedy king (Dilip Kumar) said goodbye to his crores of fans across the world. The news of his (Dilip Kumar Veteran actor) demise early in the morning on 7th July was no less than a shock. He was suffering from age related problem for a long time. Recently he was admitted to the hospital. Where the prayers of crores of fans came in handy and they became healthy. But, after a few days the problems started again. After which he had to be hospitalized. Where the team of doctors was treating him with full care in the ICU. But, fate probably had something else in mind. And he (Dilip Kumar Veteran actor) left everyone this morning saying goodbye to that unseen and strange world.

It was a big family with 13 membersBollywood’s tragedy king Dilip Kumar was born on the chilly morning of 11 December 1922 in Peshawar, Pakistan. He was born to Ayesha Begum and Lala Ghulam Sarwar Khan. It was a big family. Which used to have 13 members. He was the third son after Noor Mohammad and Ayyub. Whose name was named Mohammad Yusuf Khan. His father Sarwar Khan used to have a food business, due to which he used to come from Bombay to Calcutta. In such a situation, his family had a cordial relationship with the neighbor Lal Basernath (Prithviraj Kapoor). Actually, due to the injury of Dilip Kumar’s elder brother Ayyub, his entire family shifted to Mumbai for treatment. Where they started living in a rented house on Nagdevi street. But soon they shifted to Deodali. He befriended Mukri during Dilip Kumar’s school days. Who later also joined the film industry.

Yusuf Khan (Dilip Kumar Veteran actor), who had a special interest in sports activities since childhood, was worth watching for his passion for cricket and football. He was considered a famous football player from his locality to college days. During this, he also got an offer to play for the team of Khalsa College. At that time the team of Khalsa College was considered the strongest for football. But, his elder brother Nasir wanted him to help his father in his business and earn money. Because of this, Dilip Kumar also started helping in his father’s business during his undergraduate graduation. In this connection, once he had to go to Nainital where he met famous actress Devika Rani. Who had asked him to meet him on his return to Mumbai.

Dilip Kumar became like this from Mohammad YusufAfter trying his hand in the canteen business, he realized that a good running business was not his thing. And they reached Bombay Talkies for their second attempt. Where he met Devika Rani. Where he got work in 500 rupees a month. Where he was suggested 3 names. One of these names, Dilip Kumar, who was associated with Hindi cinema, was accepted. But being from a conservative family, it was not possible for her to start in the industry with a new name. Because his father would hardly have allowed it.

Jwar Bhata, the first film released in 1944Dilip Kumar (Dilip Kumar Veteran actor) made his debut in the industry with a new actress Mridula with the first film Jwar Bhata in 1944. But he did not tell the family about the source of his new income. They had lied. But it could not last long. He was caught when his neighbors and relatives reached his father with his photograph printed in the newspaper. His second film Pratima was also released this year but it could not do anything special at the box office. After this, in 1947, he gave his first film Jugunu. This was followed by his film Mela in 1948 with Nargis. Which left a different impression on the audience. In 1949, Mehboob Khan’s mega-hits film Andaz, which he co-produced with Raj Kapoor and Nargis, saw Dilip Kumar playing Nargis’s rejected character for the first time. This was the first time Tragic had played a character. Some of the films that followed, including Babul 1950, Jogan 1950, Deedar 1951, Sang Dil 1952, Devdas 1955, Madhumati 1958, besides Shabnam in 1959 played an important role in molding him into the image of the Tragedy King in the industry. His pairing with Kamini Kaushal was a hit in this film. By this time he had several box office hits including Hustle 1951, Daag 1952, Shakast 1953, Amar 1954, Udan Khatola 1955 and Insaniyat 1955.

tried to break the tragic imageBored of similar roles, he made Aan in 1953 with Mehboob Khan. In which he played the character of happy-go-lucky Jai. Who keeps trying to woo Princess Rajeshwari. It was his first color film to premiere in Europe with London. Apart from this, he tried to break his image in Azad, Insaniyat and Kohinoor in 1960. Actually, the main reason for diversifying his role was his doctor who had told such a role not good for his mental state. After this, he established himself in the industry with the then superstar Raj Kapoor and Dev Anand in 1957 with IBR Chopra’s film Naya Daur.

…and finally, that foundation stone of Hindi cinemaIn 1960, IK Asif’s film Mughal-e-Azam proved to be a milestone in Hindi cinema. After spending 11 years in the industry, the super romantic couple Madhubala and Dilip Kumar appeared on screen. After this, their pair was liked so much that their fans were eager to know their personal secrets even outside the films. The film was the highest grossing film of Hindi cinema. In 1961, Dilip Kumar switched to the role of producer and directed Ganga Jamuna under the direction of director Nitin Bose. He was directly involved in every aspect of the film. He assisted Vaijantimala in a Bhojpuri accent. It was the second film to win a National Award in 1964. He played a double role in Ram Aur Shyam which was his last big hit film in which he played the lead role. According to an interview, even after the success of Dilip Kumar Ram Aur Shyam, Dil Diya Dard Liya 1968 and Man 1968, he started feeling that he was feeling less inclined towards acting.

The first film with Saira Banu was BengaliIn 1970, the Bengali film Sagina Mahto, directed by Tapan Sinha, opposite Saira Banu was made. This was his first Bengali film which was remade in 1974 with the same star cast under the name Sagina. BR Chopra’s Dastaan ​​in 1972 did not do well at the box office and newcomers Rajesh Khanna, Amitabh Bachchan and Shatrughan Sinha were taking the challenge to make their way into the industry. However, Bairang, which came in 1976, was critically acclaimed.

Comeback in 1981, Shakti’s memorable climax..!In 1981, Dilip Kumar made a comeback and he appeared in Manoj Kumar’s film Kranti. In which Shashi Kapoor, Manoj Kumar, Hema Malini and Shatrughan Sinha were in lead roles. Then in 1982’s Vidhata, he was in the role of a film producer with Subhash Ghai. In the same year, he also acted in Ramesh Sippy’s Amitabh Bachchan starrer Shakti. His performance in this film was well received by the audience and critics. The climax of this film, when Amitabh Bachchan’s character dies in the arms of Dilip Kumar.. is still the most memorable scene of Hindi cinema.

Mashal and then Karma with debutant Anil KapoorAfter this, in 1984, he shared the screen with debutant actor Anil Kapoor in Mashal. This film was made under the direction of Yash Chopra. After this, in 1986, Subhash Ghai made some changes in the story of Sholay and made Karma. Rajkumar and Dilip Kumar shared the screen in 1991 in Saudagar, three decades after the 1959 Paigam. The film was a super hit at the box office. He then appeared in a small role in 1998’s Kila.

First Khan of Bollywood IndustryDilip Kumar was the first Khan of the industry. He was always alert to all the projects that were associated with him. Dilip Kumar married his co-star Saira Banu in 1966. Saira Banu was much younger than him at that time. He was also married to Ashma Rehman but they got divorced in 1983. He has also been a Rajya Sabha member from Maharashtra from 2002 to 2006 from the Congress party.

9 times filmfare and then life time achievementDilip Kumar has been honored with the Filmfare Award 9 times. These include 8 Best Actor Awards and a Special Award. He was first awarded the Filmfare for Daag, then awarded the Filmfare for Azad, Devdas, Naya Daur, Kohinoor, Leader, Ram Aur Shyam, Shakti. He was awarded the Life Time Achievement Award in 1993. In 2005, he was awarded the Special Filmfare Award for his special contribution to Hindi cinema. Along with this, he was awarded the Dadasaheb Phalke Award in 1994, the Nishan-e-Imtihaj of Pakistan in 1998. Apart from this, he has received Padma Bhushan in 1991 and Padma Vibhushan in 2015. In 2014, his autobiography has come under the name Dilip Kumar.

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