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Saira Banu shares a handwritten love letter for Dilip Kumar ahead of their wedding anniversary

Legendary Bollywood star Dilip Kumar passed away on July 7, 2021. And his demise was a huge loss to the entertainment industry and all his loved ones including his fans were completely shattered. 

After the demise of legendary Dilip Kumar Ji, his beloved wife Saira Banu opened up about the late actor for the first time. Ahead of their October 11, which could have been the couple’s 56th wedding anniversary, Saira Ji shared an emotional and heartfelt note for the love of her life. Where she said ‘My love and I still walk hand-in-hand. 

Saira Banu shared a hand-written love letter with Times Of India, it read, “This October 11 is the 56th wedding anniversary of my Love and Kohinoor Dilip Sahib and I.” She further wrote, “I am writing this to especially express gratitude to the multitude of well-wishers, dearest friends, and family who have so lovingly and thoughtfully sent us remembrance of this magical day for both of us. Dilip Sahib and I, when time stood still and the sky was lit with a million happy sparkling stars… our wedding, the beginning of a sharing of a life of ecstatic togetherness… and now no matter what, we still walk together hand-in-hand, in our thoughts and being until the end of time.”

Saira continued calling Kumar an ‘iconic guiding light’, “Dilip Sahib has been that iconic guiding light not only for me but for all those generations who’ve stepped forward in their lives exemplified by his gracious presence and personality. Dilip Sahib is forever… Aameen. May Allah always keep him in his love and blessings… Aameen.”

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Disha Yadav

She is an aspiring writer and has been into our the domain of content writing since a year. She joined CT as an intern and soon took over full-fledged writing for Bollywood. She contributes news articles for CT and intends to write on diverse issues on Bollywood.

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