The late 98 years old Bollywood’s iconic and legendary star Dilip Kumar breathed his last in morning today on 7th July and also recently wasn’t keeping well so he had gotten admitted to Hinduja hospital and sometime back the doctor confirmed about his medical condition and said that he had prostate cancer which had spread into other parts of his body and his death has come in as a huge shocker for our film industry but also for his fans in India and neighbouring countries as well and one such bonafide stellar actor is mourning his death where Pakistani star Imran Abbas fondly recalls late legend Dilip Kumar.
Whilst our entire nation and film industry is deeply mourning the loss of Indian cinema’s finest iconic star who can never be replaced and forgotten, Pakistani Star Imran Abbas Fondly Recalls Late Legend Dilip Kumar.
The well known and globally renowned ace actor who has worked in Bollywood films like Creature 3D with Bipasha Basu and also in Karan Johar’s Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, Pakistani star Imran Abbas fondly recalls late legend Dilip Kumar.
Taking to his official instagram handle, Imran Abbas posted some unseen pictures with late iconic legend Dilip Kumar who had invited him at his house during Eid and writing a heartfelt note in fond memory of the actor, Imran’s emotional long caption read, “I still remember the day you spoke to me and my parents on phone from Mumbai and then invited me to your place and the Eid I spent with you. I was literally awed and spellbound with your presence. I can’t comprehend my feelings of losing an institution, a legend , the epitome of stardom yet kindness and undoubtedly the biggest star Subcontinent could ever produce, someone who ruled hearts of 3 generations for over more than 7 decades and set the premise of “acting” for generation to come. “KHUDA NIGEHBAAN HO TUMHARA” … Inna Lillahe Wa Ina Elehe Rajeoon. RIP Dilip Sahab!”.
The social media is getting flooded with condolence messages ever since the sad news of the legend’s demise broke out wherein Amitabh Bachchan, Salman Khan, Sachin Tendulkar, Lata Mangeshkar, and Dharmendra have also expressed their grief.