Mohammad Yusuf Khan (11 December 1922 – 7 July 2021), better known by his stage name Dilip Kumar, was an Indian actor and film producer who worked in Hindi cinema. Referred to as the “Tragedy King” for his portrayal of serious roles and retrospectively as “The First Khan” of Bollywood, he has been described as one of the most successful film stars in the industry and has been regarded as one of the most successful film stars in the world. He is credited with bringing a different look. acting for the cinema. Kumar holds the record for the most wins for the Filmfare Award for Best Actor (eight, later equaled by Shah Rukh Khan) and was also the inaugural recipient of the award, having won 3 consecutive Filmfare Awards (later awarded by Abhishek). was equalized) Bachchan).
|Real Name||Mohammed Yusuf Khan|
|Nick Name||Legendry King, Dilip Saab, The Altimate Actor|
|Profession||Actor, Film Producer & Politician|
|Date of Birth||11 December 1922|
|Age (as in 2022)||98 Years|
|BirthPlace||Peshawar, North-West Frontier Province, British India|
|Place Of Death||Hinduja Hospital, Mumbai|
|Date Of Death||7 July 2021|
|School||Barnes School In Deolali, Nasik Maharashtra|
|College & University||Guru Nanak, Khalsa College, Mumbai|
|Educational Qualification||Not Known (Will Update Soon)|
Physical Stats, and More:
|Height (Approx.)||175 CM|
|Weight (Approx.)||65 Kg|
|Hair Colour||Salt & Pepper|
Affairs, and More:
|Favorite Actor||Paul Mooney|
|Favorite Actress||Meena Kumari|
|Favorite Singer||Not Known (Will Update Soon)|
|Favorite Song||Maang Ke Saath Tumhara|
|Favorite Destination||Not Known (Will Update Soon)|
Hobbie and Money Factor:
|Hobbie||Playing Various Sports Like Cricket, Football|
|Net Worth (Approx.)||6-7 CR INR Monthly|
Dilip Kumar had 6 sisters: Fauzia Khan, Sakina Khan, Taj Khan, Farida Khan, Saeeda Khan, and Akhtar Asif. His brothers were Nasir Khan, Aslam Khan, Ehsaan Khan, Noor Mohammed, Ayub Sarwar. Dilip Kumar had no children from both his wives.
It was once reported by a film magazine that Dilip Kumar’s net worth is estimated to be around Rs 627 crore. His main source of income was acting. The actor was also a Member of Parliament, from whom he took salary.
The actor will always be remembered for his films like Nadiya Ke Par (1948), Arzoo (1950), Daag (1952), Devdas (1954), Naya Daur (1957), Mughal-e-Azam (1960), Ram and . Shyam (1967), and Karma (1986). His last film before quitting facing the camera was Qila in 1998.
His most famous dialogues were from films like Mughal-e-Azam that will be remembered for centuries: “Fate changes, times change, countries change dates, emperors change, but the changing world has love.” The person whose oppression takes hold, that person has not changed.
Another dialogue will be from the movie Saudagar which won the hearts of the audience- “Haq huma sar jhukke nahi, sir utake manga hai.”
His films were always considered provocative and the actor achieved titles such as King of Romance, King of Tragedy and others.