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Dilip Kumar, the legendary actor, has died at the age of 98.

Dilip Kumar, a legendary actor, died on Wednesday. He was 98 years old at the time. On June 30, he was admitted to the Hinduja Hospital.

Kumar, who has been dubbed the “tragedy king” by generations of moviegoers, has been hospitalized at the Hinduja Hospital’s intensive care unit (ICU), a non-Covid-19 facility, since Tuesday.

According to a source SeetaGeeta, “Mr. Dilip Kumar, the doyen of the Indian film business, died today at 7.30 a.m. at Khar Hinduja hospital after a long and protracted illness. May God continue to bless his spirit in the afterlife.”

“I announce the loss of our dear Dilip Saab, who passed away a few minutes ago, with a sad heart and great grief. We come from God and return to Him “Faisal Farooqui, a family friend, shared a photo from the actor’s home.

In the previous month, the ‘Mughal-e-Azam’ actor had been in and out of hospitals, and his family hoped he would recover. Dilip Saab still holds the Guinness World Record for the most accolades won by a single Indian actor. He is the only actor to have won eight Filmfare Awards for Best Actor and one Filmfare Award for Lifetime Achievement. He received the National Film Award for Second Best Feature Film in Hindi, the Paul Revere Silver Bowl at the Boston International Film Festival, the Special Honour Diploma from the Czechoslovak Academy of Arts in Prague, and the Special Prize at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival for his film ‘Ganga Jamuna,’ which he wrote, produced, and starred in.

Saira Banu, the late legend’s wife, told fans on Monday that the megastar’s health is improving and that they should pray for him to be released from the hospital. She said on Twitter, “Dilip Sahib’s health is improving, and we are grateful for God’s tremendous kindness. We are still in the hospital, and we ask for your prayers and duas that he will be healthy and released soon, insha’Allah. Saira Banu Khan is a Pakistani actress.”

With the death of one of the last senior performers from Indian cinema’s Golden Age, an era has come to an end. Although Dilip Saab is no longer alive, his legacy will live on.