- Veteran Bollywood actor Dilip Kumar breathed his last at Hindua Hospital in Mumbai
- Wife-actress Saira Banu lived like a shadow with her husband Dilip Kumar for the rest of her life
- Actors from Bollywood as well as television industry are paying tribute to Dilip Kumar
Despite being a top actress, left the world of acting
Despite being at the top of her career, Saira Banu, who is married to an actor 22 years older than her, has no regrets about leaving the film industry. The actress herself had said in an interview that she did not take this decision under any pressure but voluntarily. Because he wanted to focus his full attention on Dilip Kumar.
Dilip Kumar ran away from home by selling sandwiches in Pune at the age of 18
Saira Banu’s child dies in the womb
Dilip Kumar and Saira Banu have been childless throughout their lives. There was a lot of discussion about this. However, the autobiography ‘Dilip Kumar: The Substance and the Shadow’ reveals the reason behind it. The actor himself wrote in it that Saira Banu was pregnant in the year 1972 but when she was in her 8th month, her BP became high and doctors could not save the girl. The couple believed that it was the will of God and did not think twice about having children.
Saira Banu had said this in childhood
Saira Banu and Dilip Kumar are heartbroken after losing their child, but their love remains unbroken. From above the devotion to each other increased. In an interview, Saira Banu said, ‘Our marriage is the most important thing in my life. I never miss a child. Because, Dilip sahib himself is like a child’.
Dilip Kumar’s body reaches home, Mumbai Police forms human chain for ambulance
never close your heart’s doors to happiness
The couple had no children at home, but the family members fell in love with the children. In an interview to Bombay Times, Dilip Kumar said, “I love kids. But where is the time to think about it? Me and Saira have around 30 kids in their family and they keep me busy with their fun all the time They are so full of energy that I get tired of handling them.’