PHOTO: Dilip Kumar dons his ‘all time favourite shirt’ and shares a glimpse of the best corner of his home
Veteran actor Dilip Kumar may be away from the films, but he often manages to remain in the news. The 98-year-old enjoys a major fan following on social media as he keeps his fans updated by sharing several interesting posts. He even shares stunning pictures of him along with his wife-actress Saira Banu. They are considered to be one of the most loved couples in Bollywood till date. In no time, their pictures go viral on social media. Recently, Dilip Kumar took to his Twitter handle to share a beautiful picture of him.
In the picture, the veteran actor can be seen sitting on a chair at the favourite corner of his home. The legendary actor can be seen wearing his ‘all-time favourite’ pink shirt in the still. While sharing the same, he wrote, “The all-time favorite pink shirt.” Soon after he posted the picture of himself, several fans started pouring in sweet comments on his post. One of his fans wrote, “The first time i experienced Yusuf Sahabs oratory skills on YouTube via his speech and interview, i realized how someone’s oration can make you love a person. Though I have never met him. I confess that I love Yusuf Sahab. May Allah give you health and long life.”
Another fan wrote, “Thank you sir for giving us beautiful movies …songs….moments….we are lucky to have such charismatic personality in Indian cinema.”
Take a look at Dilip Kumar’s latest post here:
The all-time favorite pink shirt. pic.twitter.com/JVsgntYTj3
— Dilip Kumar (@TheDilipKumar) March 2, 2021
Meanwhile, Dilip Kumar’s wife Saira Banu takes care of him. Earlier, in an interview with ETimes, Saira Banu said, “It is out of love and not duress that I look after Dilip saab. I am not looking for praises to be called a devoted wife.” She further added that just touching and cuddling him is the world’s best thing that’s happening to her. The veteran actress said she adores Dilip Kumar and he is her breath itself.
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