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Dilip Kumar, Bollywood legend in ICU, but stable, says wife Saira Banu.

Dilip Kumar, who has been admitted to Mumbai’s Hinduja Hospital’s intensive care unit (ICU), is stable, according to his wife Saira Banu. Saira Banu told ANI that, despite his stable health, the iconic actor will not be discharged today.

Bollywood Star Dilip Kumar in ICU

On June 30, Dilip Kumar was rushed to the hospital after complaining of breathing problems. On Tuesday, the legendary actor was admitted to the hospital for the second time.

“Dilip Kumar Sahab’s health appears to be in good shape. We want to take him home from ICU, but we have to wait for doctors’ approval because they are aware of his medical condition. As soon as doctors approve, we will take him home. Today he will not be released. He is in desperate need of prayers from his supporters, and he will return soon “she said to ANI.

Bollywood Star Dilip Kumar in ICU

On June 30, Dr. Jaleel Parkar confirmed the story to ANI, saying that the 98-year-old star is now receiving treatment at the hospital. He refused to provide any further information on the actor’s health at the moment.

On June 6, the veteran actor was admitted to the hospital for a similar condition.

Dilip Kumar (born Mohammed Yusuf Khan) is an Indian actor, film producer, and philanthropist best known for his work in Hindi cinema. He is known as “The First Khan” and is credited with introducing a distinct method acting technique to movies.

Bollywood Star Dilip Kumar in ICU

Kumar holds the record for the most Filmfare Awards for Best Actor victories, as well as being the first recipient of the award.

Kumar made his acting debut in the Bombay Talkies film Jwar Bhata (1944). Kumar appeared in over 65 films over his five-decade career. Kumar is most remembered for his parts in the romantic Andaz (1949), swashbuckling Aan (1952), social drama Daag (1952), dramatic Devdas (1955), comedic Azaad (1955), and the epic historical Mughal-e-Azam (1960), the social dacoit crime drama Gunga Jamuna (1961), and the comedy Ram Aur Shyam (1967).

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