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|Real Name||Muhammad Yusuf Khan|
|Nick Name||Tragedy King|
Physical Stats & More
|Weight||66 Kg ( In Kilogrammes)
146lbs( in pounds)
|Body/ Figure Measurements||Not Known|
|Hair Colour||Salt and pepper|
|Date Of Birth||11 December 1922|
|Birth Place||Peshawar, North-West Frontier Province, British India|
|Home Town||Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
|School||Barnes School, Deolali, Nashik District, Maharashtra|
|Educational Qualification||Not Known|
|Debut||Film Debut- Jwar Bhatta(1944)|
|Family||Father- Lala Gulam Sarwar( Landlord and Fruit Merchant)
Mother- Ayesha Begum
Brother- Nasir Khan (Younger Actor), Ehsan Khan, Noor Mohammed
|Address||Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
|Best Friends||Not Known|
|Hobbies||Acting and Cooking|
|Likes & Dislikes||Not Known|
Girls, Affairs and More
|Wife||11 October 1966 ( With Saira Banu)
|Affairs/ Girlfriends||Kamini Kaushal ( Former Indian Actress)
Madhubala, former Indian Actress
|Favourite Actress||Nalini Jaywant and Meena Kumari|
|Net worth||$65 Million|
Some Lesser Known Facts about the Legend:
*Noted filmmaker Satyajit Ray called Dilip Kumar the ‘ultimate method actor’.
*Very soon, through films such as ‘Andaz’ (1949), ‘Deedar’ (1951), ‘Aan’ (1952) and ‘Devdas’ (1955), Dilip Kumar became one of the top stars of the Hindi film industry.
*Devika Rani and Himanshu Rai realised the acting potential of Dilip Kumar. They cast the actor for the first time in ‘Jwar Bhata’ (1944).
*The character of Amarnath Singh in ‘Qila’ (1998) was Dilip Kumar’s last film role. He stopped acting after this film.
*Winner of eight Filmfare Awards, Dilip Kumar was particularly liked in tragic scenes. However, his happy-go-lucky roles also did well at the box office.
*He Was Awarded Pakistan Highest Civilian Honour Nishan-e- Imtiaz in 1998.
*5 years is the longest gap between two Dilip Kumar movies. The two movies were ‘Bairaag’ (1976) and ‘Kranti’ (1971).
* Dilip Kumar was the first person to win a Filmfare Best Actor Award.
*During his superstardom days, Dilip Kumar’s signing amount ranged from Rs 5 lakh to Rs 11 lakh.
* Dilip Kumar refused to work with Nargis in Mother India. While the film became one of the most memorable ones in the history of Indian cinema, he felt his role would have been an incongruous casting after all the romancing they had done in their earlier films together.
*Dilip Kumar convincingly donned the role of Prince Salim in the historical drama film Mughal-e-Azam. The movie remained to be the second highest-grossing film in the history of Indian Cinema till 2008.