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Dilip Kumar passes a year ago, defined Hindi cinema with his real roles, no reel in his movies

By wasmulhaq 
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Mumbai: Legendary actor Dilip Kumar left for his heavenly abode on this day, July 7, 2021. He is considered one of the greatest and most influential actors in the history of Hindi cinema. Dilip Saab breathed his last on this day a year ago after a prolonged illness.

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Today is the first death anniversary of the remarkable actor who entertained people from all walks of life with his immaculate acting for almost five decades.

Dilip Kumar was born as Mohammed Yusuf Khan on December 11, 1922 in Peshawar. In the film industry, he was better known as Dilip Kumar.

He is referred to as the “Tragedy King” due to his original acting and serious roles in his films. Therefore, all the top stars of Bollywood wanted to emulate him. Natural roles made him unmatchable.

Thespian Dilip Kumar put his leg into the film industry for the first time in Jawar Bhat in 1944. His arrival changed the concept of acting. But no one expected at the time that this man would rule the hearts of the people and the film industry until his death.

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Jugnu, the 1947 movie, was his first box office hit, which made him a talking personality in the drawing room of a gentleman. Since then, he never looked back and went ahead, leaving his opponents far behind and becoming the favourite of all hearts.

He played various kinds of roles in films, but the adaptation of reality was his unique skill. There was no reel life in his films, which made him different from others.

His role in the historical Mughal-E-Azam (1960) movie was immaculate. His crystal clear pronunciation of words and his behaviour as a son were exemplary in that movie. The film broke all the records. The other characters of Mughal-e-Azam were stupendous as well.

Not to talk of senior citizens, the younger generation would like to watch the ‘Tragedy King’.

Dilip Kumar’s wife, Saira Banu, who called him Kohinoor has not kept well after his death, breaking down on his first death anniversary.

Dilip Saab, a towering name in Indian cinema, is no more, but his memory is still fresh like the morning grass. People will always remember him for his devotion and dedication to the film industry, which he did from the heart and soul.

Wasim Haque

 

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