Dilip Kumar Death News, Reason, Photos, Dies at 98 years of age: The actor Dilip Kumar died on 7th July morning. He was facing age-related health issues for a long time now. For the last few days, he was admitted to Hinduja Hospital in Mumbai. He was admitted on 30th June 2021 and was in the Intensive Care unit since then. Now, Dilip Kumar has passed away and the whole of the country is mourning about the same.
Dilip Kumar Death News
The news is real that Dilip Kumar is no more. Many times, the rumors had spread about the death of Dilip Kumar death and they were proven false. But this time, the news of Dilip Kumar’s death is real. The legendary actor was admitted to ICU for the last 7 days and he took his last breath on 7th July 2021.
His wife Saira Banu has been with him since he was hospitalized. He assured the fans about his health condition but today Dilip Kumar passed away. It took the fans by surprise on the morning of July 7.
Dilip Kumar Death Reason
Dilip Kumar was 98 years old and he was facing various age-related health issues for a long time now. He was also diagnosed with bilateral pleural effusion. This is the kind of disease in which the excess fluid is build up outside the lungs between the layers of the pleura.
Due to this he was admitted to the hospital on 6th June and then was discharged after 5 days. Now the condition became worse on 30th June and he was again admitted to Hinduja Hospital of Mumbai. He was kept in ICU for the last 7 days and could not make it.
Dilip Kumar Dead Body
Fans must be looking for the photos of Dilip Kumar dead body to have a last look at their favorite actor. Dilip Kumar last photo was taken on the ICU bed and we are uploading it here for the fans. You can also check Dilip Kumar photos on Google Images to re-live the life of the legend.
Here is the last photo of Dilip Kumar from the hospital.
Dilip Kumar is no more
The legendary actor is no more with us. We can pay him tribute by watching his famous movies like Devdas ‘(1955), ‘Naya Daur’ (1957), ‘Mughal-e-Azam’ (1960), ‘Ganga Jamuna’ (1961), ‘Kranti’ (1981), and ‘Karma’ (1986).