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Shah Rukh Khan, Ranbir Kapoor, Vidya Balan, Shabana Azmi, Dharmendra arrives at Dilip Kumar’s home to pay their last goodbye

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Bollywood’s legendary actor Dilip Kumar passed away today (July 7) at the age of 98. He was admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU) of Mumbai’s Hinduja Hospital on June 30.

Many Bollywood celebrities including Shah Rukh Khan, filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar, Vidya Balan, Sidharth Roy Kapur, Shabana Azmi, Ranbir Kapoor and others arrived at Dilip Kumar’s house to pay their last respect to the legendary actor.

SRK was very close to the late actor and he treated him as if he were his son. The actor also never failed to visit Dilipji every now and then. On the legendary actor’s demise, the Zero actor lent his shoulder to Saira Banu to console her in the sad time.

Take a look at the celebrities and prominent personalities who arrived at Dilip Kumar’s home:

 

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Earlier, Saira Banu said that Dilipji’s condition was stable. Banu’s last tweet read, “Dilip Kumar Sahab’s health is still stable. He is still in ICU, we want to take him home but we are waiting for doctors’ approval as they know his medical condition as soon as doctors allow, will take him home. He will not be discharged today. Need prayers of his fans, he will be back soon.”

Dilip Kumar aka Muhammed Yusuf Khan was known as the ‘Tragedy King’ of Bollywood. He has acted in over 65 films in his career. The legend is known for his iconic roles in movies like ‘Devdas ‘(1955), ‘Naya Daur’ (1957), ‘Mughal-e-Azam’ (1960), ‘Ganga Jamuna’ (1961), ‘Kranti’ (1981), and ‘Karma’ (1986). He was last seen in ‘Qila’ in 1998.

Meanwhile, the funeral proceedings began at his residence. Dilip Sahaab’s mortal is wrapped in Indian tricolour.

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