Dilip Kumar


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Dilip Kumar (born 11 December 1922, as Muhammad Yusuf Khan) is an Indian film actor known as Tragedy King, and described as "the ultimate method actor" by Satyajit Ray.

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An unreleased 1990 Bollywood film, Aag Ka Dariya, starring one of India's most loved actors, Dilip Kumar, is set for its first theatrical release some time around New Year. The director of the film, VS Rajender Babu, told the BBC that the film did not get released initially because of a financial dispute and the original print of the film was badly damaged in the intervening years. But Babu recently found a perfect print of the film with a distributor in Singapore.

Bollywood veteran Dilip Kumar’s biography is likely to be launched this month, says the author of the book Uday Tara Nayar, who’s also a close family friend of the legend.
Thespian Dilip Kumar, who celebrated his 47th wedding anniversary with Saira Banu on Friday, says their bond is more meaningful and stronger than ever before.
Actor Suchitra Sen might have been known more  for her hit films in Bengali, however the very few Hindi films that she acted in became landmarks. One such film is Bimal Roy’s Devdas (1955), where she shared screen space with the ­legendary actor Dilip Kumar.
Veteran actor Dilip Kumar was on Saturday admitted to a hospital in Mumbai for treatment of pneumonia after he complained of cough and cold.
The legendary Indian actor, who was born as Yousuf Khan in Peshawar in 1922, is popular in both countries, and for years, there have been requests in Pakistan for salvaging his ancestral home.
Ajay Devgn's next directorial venture, Shivaay, will see Sayesha, the grand-niece of actors Saira Banu and Dilip Kumar, making her debut.
Over the years, several authors have attempted it, writing biographies dedicated to the 91-year-old, but the veteran actor's wife (they've been married for 38 years), Saira Banu, never gave any of them her stamp of approval.
The stage glittered as Hindi cinema icons like Amitabh Bachchan, Dharmendra and Aamir Khan, along with veteran actress Saira Banu and author Udaya Tara Nayar, launched thespian Dilip Kumar's long-awaited autobiography.
After a long time, the doyen of Indian cinema, Dilip Kumar stepped out in public for what was easily a night to remember.