Dilip Kumar | Dilip Kumar’s special connection with Nashik, this is the grave of his parents! | Dilip Kumar’s special connection with Nashik, the grave of his parents at this place
Veteran actor Dilip Kumar has passed away in Mumbai. Dilip Kumar’s childhood and youth have also been spent in the Deolali camp area of Nashik. The graves of his parents and elder brother are also in the cemetery of Deolali Camp.
Mumbai: Veteran actor Dilip Kumar has passed away in Mumbai. Dilip Kumar’s childhood and youth have also been spent in the Deolali camp area of Nashik. The graves of his parents and elder brother are also in the cemetery of Deolali Camp. According to the staff, Dilip Kumar wanted to be buried next to his parents. He had close ties with Nashik as he spent his childhood in Nashik (Dilip Kumar’s special connection with Nashik, the grave of his parents at this place).
Veteran actor Dilip Kumar has passed away. He was 98 years old. He breathed his last at the Hinduja Hospital in Mumbai. He had been ill for some time. Fans around the world, including Bollywood, are mourning Dilip Kumar’s death. Feeling we have ‘Run out of gas’ emotionally. Even if Dilip Kumar is not with us today, he will always be immortal through his films, acting, songs.
Bury me next to my parents too!
Dilip Kumar’s father had an orchard in Nashik. Due to this, most of his life was spent in Nashik. After some time he came to Mumbai. However, after the death of his parents, he has been buried in the cemetery in Deolali area of Nashik. There is also the grave of his elder brother next to his parents.
When Dilip Kumar was coming to Nashik, he used to go to this place and lay flowers and sheets on the graves of his parents and brother. After that, he would interact with the staff here. At the same time, after his death, the employees said that they had expressed their desire to be buried in the empty space. However, as there is no such written form anywhere, his funeral will be held in the Santacruz area of Mumbai.
Dilip Kumar was born on 11 December 1922 in Peshawar. At that time this region was in India. Dilip Kumar had a total of 12 siblings and his family’s financial situation was very bad. Dilip Kumar’s father had come to Mumbai from Peshawar in search of work. However, due to lack of work in Mumbai and a dispute with his family, Dilip Kumar moved to Pune. In Pune, he used to work as an assistant in the canteen of the British Army. He was paid only Rs 36 a month for this job.
Began selling sandwiches
Dilip Kumar, who has acted in more than 65 films, opened his sandwich counter while working in this canteen. Their sandwiches were very popular among British soldiers. However, during this work, he had made a proclamation in front of the British troops in support of India’s independence, after which his work was stopped and he had to go to jail. After his release, he came to Mumbai and started helping his father in his work. Dilip Kumar also sold pillows, but it was not successful.
(Dilip Kumar’s special connection with Nashik, the grave of his parents at this place)
Dilip Kumar: Desperate king of movies, he also sold fruits, the relationship with agriculture and soil remained
Dilip Kumar Top 5 Films: From ‘Naya Daur’ to ‘Ram Aur Sham’, Dilip Kumar’s superhit films are still popular today!
#Dilip #Kumar #Dilip #Kumars #special #connection #Nashik #grave #parents #Dilip #Kumars #special #connection #Nashik #grave #parents #place