October 20, 2021

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Movie personalities mourn loss of ‘real hero’ Dilip Kumar: You have taken whole era of cinema with you

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Mourning the dying of screen icon Dilip Kumar, movie personalities including Amitabh Bachchan, Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgn, and Manoj Bajpayee reported the actor’s passing away at the age of 98 on Wednesday was the finish of an period for the Indian cinema.

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The actor was admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU) of the Hinduja Hospital, a non-COVID-19 facility, on Tuesday.

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Born as Yusuf Khan, Kumar was known to generations of film-goers as the ”tragedy king”.

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Getting to Twitter, Bachchan reported Kumar was an ”institution” in himself and he leaves driving an indelible mark on Indian cinema.

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”An establishment has gone… Every time the historical past of Indian Cinema will be published, it shall often be ‘before Dilip Kumar, and just after Dilip Kumar’…

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”My Duas (prayers) for peace of his soul and the strength to the loved ones to bear this decline. Deeply saddened,” he wrote.

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Akshay Kumar tweeted that the famous actor’s passing away has remaining a massive void in the movie industry. ”To the earth, a lot of other folks may well be heroes. To us actors, he was The Hero. #DilipKumar Sir has taken an entire period of Indian cinema absent with him. My ideas and prayers are with his loved ones. Om Shanti,” he posted on Twitter. Sharing a photograph with Dilip Kumar, Devgn wrote he was devastated by his loss of life and presented condolences to his wife, veteran actor Saira Banu. ”Shared several times with the legend…some quite private, some on stage. However, practically nothing really ready me for his passing absent. An establishment, a timeless actor. Heartbroken. Deepest condolences to Sairaji,” Devgn wrote. Bajpayee tweeted that Dilip Kumar will usually continue to be irreplaceable. ”No 1 like you! Have a good journey from listed here on learn… Rest in peace,” the ”Family Man” actor wrote. South star Chiranjeevi mentioned he remembers Kumar as another person who ”enthralled the earth for various decades”.

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”An period arrives to an stop in the Indian film marketplace. Deeply saddened by the passing of legend #DilipKumar Saab. 1 of the biggest actors India has ever made, and acting establishment & a countrywide treasure.” Well known Telugu actor Jr NTR tweeted, ”Dilip Kumar Saab’s contribution to the development of Indian cinema is priceless. Rest in Peace sir. You will be missed.” ”One of the biggest actors the earth has at any time regarded has left us. A big tree has fallen. I pray for the soul of legend #DilipKumar Sahab. I also pray present-day generation learns about and celebrates him. He is forever,” tweeted actor Siddharth.

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Suniel Shetty mentioned with Kumar’s loss of life, the Indian cinema has missing its ”brightest star”.

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”Today marks the conclude of an era, as we missing the brightest star of Indian Cinema. You will often dwell in our hearts Dilip Sahab,” he mentioned.

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John Abraham tweeted, ”Rest in peace, Sir! #DilipKumar” Raveena Tandon reported Kumar leaves a ”gap that can by no means be filled”. ”A legitimate Large, a sort loving soul to the very end. #DilipKumar” she additional. Sunny Deol tweeted, ”End Of An Era! #DilipKumar Sahab! You will constantly be skipped.” Filmmaker Hansal Mehta remembered Kumar as a single of the ”greatest” actors and wrote, ”There will in no way be another Dilip Kumar.” ”Legends will not go everywhere. They just improve the phase. #RipDilipKumar sir,” Sood tweeted. Subhash Ghai, who labored with Dilip Kumar in movies like ”Karma” (1986) and ”Saudagar” (1991) mentioned the actor’s passing away was the ”saddest day” of his existence. ”Dilip saheb Yusuf bhai gone. My own reduction of my most treasured idol. No words,” Ghai tweeted. Taapsee Pannu wrote on Twitter, ”And he ascends to heaven. What a legacy!” Nimrat Kaur, noting Dilip Kumar’s humongous overall body of operate of a lot more than five a long time. ”Rest in the best realms of glory Sir….thank you for driving our cinema in the direction of the echelons of excellence. #RIPDilipKumar,” Kaur wrote. Kumar, born Yousuf Khan and often regarded as the Nehruvian hero, did his to start with film “Jwar Bhata” in 1944 and his last “Qila” in 1998, 54 decades later on. The 5-10 years vocation incorporated ”Mughal-e-Azam”, ”Devdas”, ”Naya Daur”, and ”Ram Aur Shyam”, and afterwards, as he graduated to character roles, “Shakti” and ‘” Karma”.

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