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Shah Rukh Khan visits recuperating Dilip Kumar

Shah Rukh Khan visits recuperating Dilip Kumar

Shah Rukh Khan, who is busy shooting for Anand L Rai's next, took some time out from his busy schedule and paid a visit to legendary actor Dilip Kumar.

Dilip Kumar was hospitalised on August 2 at Mumbai's Lilavati Hospital and was moved to the ICU the next day due to critical condition.

"I had heard a lot that I looked like Dilip Sahab but I was never convinced until I happened to watch Dilip Kumar's film in his youth at Ketan Mehta's office and began rubbing my eyes when Ketan informed me it was Dilip Kumar's image!" Kumar's wife Saira calls Shahrukh as "Saab's mooh-bola beta".

SRK's affinity to Dilip Kumar was evident when he once worded, "You can't imitate Dilip sahib". She further updated Dilip's fans about his health by tweeting, "Sahab's doing much better since returning from hospital". However, he managed to recover enough to go home on August 9. But this was not the first time the 94-year old actor was rushed to hospital.

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He wrote: Message from Saira Banu: Sahab's mooh-bola beta-"son" @iamsrk visited Sahab today.

Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan is known for celebrating the festivals of all religions with equal fervour. Sharing some photos of the evening.

"2/ @iamsrk visited Sahab this evening".

Last seen on the big screen in Qila in 1998, the actor was honoured with the Dadasaheb Phalke Award in 1994 and the Padma Vibhushan in 2015. "Amongst the last few pillars left". He is one of the greatest human beings apart from being the actor.


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