Dilip Kumar’s doctor said, “We wanted him to live for 100 years.”

Main characteristics:

  • Bollywood actor Dilip Kumar passed away in the early hours of 7 July.
  • Dilip Kumar, who was ailing for a long time, was undergoing treatment in the hospital.
  • Saira Banu and a cardiologist were present with him at the time of his death.

Actor Dilip Kumar, popularly known as Sikandar of Bollywood, breathed his last in the early hours of July 7. He was undergoing treatment at Hinduj Hospital in Mumbai at the time of his death. Hearing this news, there is a wave of mourning in the entire film industry. The fans of Dilip Kumar are also very sad due to this news. Fans are also reaching outside their house. People are also paying tribute to him on social media and discussing his films.

It is noteworthy that Dilip Kumar was ill for a long time and was admitted two-three times in a short time. Dr Jalil Parkar, who is treating Dilip Kumar, said, “We tried our best to save Dilip Kumar and we wanted him to be 100 years old.” Dilip Kumar’s wife Saira Banu had said a day earlier that Dilip Kumar’s condition was stable and improving, but he passed away in the morning.

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“At 98, everyone has a problem,” Dr. Parker said. We treated them well. His age was taken into account. He breathed his last at 7.30 am today. At that time Dr Nitin Gokhale was with him and Sairaji was also with him. We pray that God rest his soul in peace.

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The doctor did not elaborate on Dilip Kumar’s problems. He said that he is having trouble breathing. At that time he was being treated by other doctors. His cardiologist Dr. Nitin Gokhale was also present. We put in a lot of effort. I don’t think a person like him will be seen again in Bollywood. He has made a name for himself not only in Bollywood but also in his country.

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