Dilip Kumar started his career with Jwar Bhata. The film released in 1944.
Dilip Kumar gave blockbusters like Mela (1948), Andaz (1949), Deedar (1951), Daag (1954), Devdas (1955), Yahudi (1958) and Madhumati (1958).
Directed by Bimal Roy, Devdas (1955) starred Dilip Kumar, Vyjayanthimala and Suchitra Sen.
Dilip Kumar reportedly dated Bollywood actor Madhubala. The duo allegedly broke up due to personal differences.
Mughal-e-Azam was a landmark film for everyone involved in the project. Directed by K Asif, the film captured the romance of Salim (Dilip Kumar) and ...
Dilip Kumar played double role in Ram Aur Shyam opposite Waheeda Rahman and Mumtaz.
Aan, directed by the legendary Mehboob Khan, is said to be India's first technicolour film. It also starred Nadira, Nimmi and Premnath apart from Dilip ...
Andaz (1949), directed by Mehboob Khan, starred Dilip Kumar, Nargis and Raj Kapoor in a love triangle.
Gunga Jamuna (1961) is a dacoit drama, produced by Dilip Kumar and directed by Nitin Bose. The film stars Dilip Kumar and Vyjayanthimala in the ...
Madhumati directed by Bimal Roy stars Dilip Kumar, Vyjayantimala, Pran, and Johnny Walker.
Veteran actor Dilip Kumar, who was under observation in the intensive care unit of Lilavati hospital following a heart attack, was Sunday shifted out after improvement in his health, said Murshid Khan, an aide. Khan is the manager of Dilip Kumar's wife and yesteryear actress Saira Banu.
The veteran actor tweeted on Sunday: "Thank you for your prayers and love. Resting in the hospital." The actor also posted a video where wife Saira Banu and a doctor is seen.
"Dilipji is absolutely fine now. He is feeling much better. He has been shifted to the normal ward from the ICU. Most probably he will get discharged in the next three days," Khan told IANS.
The 90-year-old actor was hospitalised after he complained of uneasiness.
A leading light of the Mumbai film fraternity, the thespian entertained movie buffs for six decades both as a lead hero and as character artist in films like Jwar Bhata, Mela, Naya Daur, Tarana, Ganga Jamuna, Leader, Mughal-E-Azam, Shakti, Karma and Saudagar.
(With inputs from IANS)