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Actor Saptrishi Ghosh Recalls Dilip Kumar Calling Him Yusuf

Whilst the entire country and film industry is in huge grief mourning loss of the thespian Dilip Kumar, actor Saptrishi Ghosh recalls Dilip Kumar calling him Yusuf and much more.

Dilip Kumar was last seen in the 1998 film Qila. His death has left a big gap in the annals of the film history of India. The film industry and countless fans are currently in grief mourning the death of the prominent actor and in midst of them all, even the actor Saptrishi Ghosh recalls Dilip Kumar calling him Yusuf.

From Varun Dhawan to Narendra Modi celebrities and personalities shared social media posts for late Dilip Kumar and in all of these stars, even the renowned actor Saptrishi Ghosh recalls Dilip Kumar calling him Yusuf.

The ace and stellar actor had also gotten priviledge to work with late thespian and legend in many of his production movies and expressing his emotions in the recent interview, actor Saptrishi Ghosh recalls Dilip Kumar calling him Yusuf.

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Saptrishi who had the privilege to work with the late actor for many of his production movies mourning his demise says, “Woke up to a terrible news today as we had to bid adieu to a such a talented artist. This is just too sad. I was fortunate enough to have got the opportunity to work with #dilipkumarsahab in stree teri kahani, not our best, but we had a wonderful time together. In our Nashta breaks we only spoke about his movies and music. Not forgetting to mention this is the loss of an incredible actor. Will rewatch his flims to celebrate his life and work”.

He also added, “I remember Dilip sahib always called me Yusuf and never by my name, will always treasure the warmth that he spread Now the only thing we can cling to are the fond memories and rich legacies that Dilip Ji has left behind. For all the years gone by where he entertained all on the big screen, he will be remembered for all the years to come”.

The last two years have been difficult years for most of us, with the raging coronavirus pandemic. And today again is a sad day indeed for the film fraternity as it loses one of its crowning jewel. An actor who served the film industry for more than six decades has left us with a heartfelt goodbye.

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