Dilip Kumar was admitted to Mumbai's Lilavati hospital after experiencing swelling in his right leg and fever on December 7
Dilip Kumar was admitted to a suburaban Mumbai hospital on Wednesday. Dilip saab, now 94, will remain there for another two days, says his wife Saira Banu's manager
Screen legend Dilip Kumar is 93 today but has cancelled festivities because of the destruction caused in Chennai by rain. On Twitter, though, it's a different story. '93 retweets tomorrow,' Dilip saab wrote while reposting this tweet from MouthShut boss Faisal Farooqui.
"I have decided to forego all celebrations on my birthday as I am saddened by the tragedy that has swept the lives of so many in Chennai. My sympathies are with the people of #Chennai. I wish I had the good health to travel there - the city I wanted to adopt as my second home," Dilip Kumar wrote on Twitter
On August 29, the 49-year-old Bajrangi Bhaijaan actor took to Twitter to give birthday greetings to the Siva star and also wished luck to newcomers Akhil and Sayesha Saigal, grandniece of veteran actor Dilip Kumar, for their upcoming film Akhil
Dilip Kumar's close family friend Udaya Tara Nayar said that the actor, who was admitted in Lilavati hospital following a bout of pneumonia, is absolutely fine and healthy now
On Dilip Kumar's 92nd birthday on Thursday, a host of Bollywood icons, including megastar Amitabh Bachchan and singer Lata Mangeshkar, as well as his wife Saira Banu went down memory lane to pick their favourite among the veteran actor's popular films
Veteran actor Dilip Kumar, who was admitted to Lilavati hospital in Mumbai four days back with chest infection, is recovering well and will be home on Thursday, said his close family friend Udaya Tara Nayar
Dilip Kumar's biography, which was earlier scheduled to be released on his 91st birthday, will now come out early next year, said his wife and yesteryear actress Saira Banu.
Legendary actor Dilip Kumar's 91st birthday was attended by stars like Rani Mukherji, Dharmendra and Asha Parekh. His family and doctors were also part of the quiet celebrations.