Titan of Indian cinema is no more #DilipKumar

Dilip Kumar tragedy king of Bollywood one of the biggest stars in the golden age of Indian cinema dies aged 98. He was hospitalized on June 30 after reportedly complaining of breathlessness, breathed his last on wednesday morning at 7:30 AM.

Popularly known as the ‘tragedy king of Bollywood’, Dilip Kumar is survived by his wife and fellow actor Saira Banu.

Almost all actors in Bollywod are tributing him through their social media accounts.

We are giving some of his best dialogue form his block buster movie.

Devdas (1955)
Kaun kambakht hai jo bardaasht karne ke liye peeta hai, main toh peeta hoon ki bas saans le sakun

Naya Daur (1957)
Jab paet ki roti aur jeb ka paisa chhin jaata hai na, toh koi samajh vamajh nahi reh jaati hai aadmi ke paas

Mughal-E-Azam (1960)
Mera dil bhi aapka koi Hindustan nahi, jispar aap hukumat karein

Mughal-E-Azam (1960)
Taqdeerein badal jaati hain, zamana badal jaata hai, mulkon ki taarikh badal jaati hai, shahenshah badal jaate hain, magar iss badalti hui duniya mein mohabbat jis insaan ka daaman thaam leti hai, woh insaan nahi badalta

Kranti (1981)

Ek kranti marega..toh hazaar kranti paida honge

Karma (1986)
Sher ko apne bachchon ki hifaazat ke liye shikaari kutton ki zaroorat nahi hai

Saudagar (1991)
 Haq hamesha sar jhukake nahin… sar uthake maanga jaata hai.

There are so many dialogues of Dilip Kumar which can’t be accommodated in a small article. He is an era that can’t be described in words.

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