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Shah Rukh Khan visits ailing Dilip Kumar

Sun Online Desk     16th August, 2017 09:55:42 printer

Shah Rukh Khan visits ailing Dilip Kumar

Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan on Tuesday evening visited legendary actor Dilip Kumar, who was recently discharged from Lilavati Hospital, was on Tuesday (August 9).


SRK, the Bollywood king Khan also affectionate to the legend Dilip Kumar like his son, visited him at his residence.


Dilip Kumar’s wife and veteran actress Saira Banu took to Twitter to share photos from the evening saying the actor doing better.


“Message from Saira Banu: Sahab’s mooh-bola beta-“son” @iamsrk visited Sahab today. Sharing some photos of the evening,” read a post.

She also informed that the King of Tragedy is ‘doing much better since return from the hospital.’


“2/ @iamsrk visited Sahab this evening. Sahab’s doing much better since return from the hospital. Shukar Allah.”


As the photos of his visit were shared by Dilip Kumar’s wife, Saira Banu on Twitter, Shah Rukh’s love and affection towards the superstar of 1960s was much evident. He also planted a soft kiss on the forehead of the iconic actor who has been dealing with old age complications for a long time now.


Though in the photos, the Ram Aur Shyam actor still seems under the weather.


Shah Rukh Khan had few years back said in an interview, “Dilip sahab is more deserving than anybody else. Even words like ‘icon’ are very less for him. He is the forefather, the pillar of the film industry… amongst the last few pillars left. I think what he has received is huge.”


The 94-year-old was admitted to Mumbai’s Lilavati hospital on August 2 due to kidney issues.

Dilip Kumar, showed considerable improvement. Dilip, who struggled with dehydration, kidney dysfunction and urinary tract infection, was discharged on August 9.


This was the third time the actor had been admitted to the hospital. In April last year, he was hospitalised due to fever and nausea.



Surce: Twitter, Indian Express