Dilip Kumar Passes Away: Pakistani Actor Imran Abbas Recalls How The Legend Invited Him With His Family For Eid

Pakistani actor Imran Abbas has posted a heartlfelt note on his social media handle about how the veteran, Dilip Kumar once called him and invited him, along with his family, to join him for Eid celebrations

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Dilip Kumar Passes Away: Pakistani Actor Imran Abbas Recalls How The Legend Invited Him With His Family For Eid
Bollywood legendary actor Dilip Kumar breathed his last this morning (July 7). The actor was not keeping well and was also recently admitted to Hinduja hospital. Sometime back, a doctor from the hospital also confirmed that the actor was suffering from advanced prostate cancer that had spread in other organs of his body. His death has not just left the entire nation numb but his fans and followers from the neighbouring country are also mourning over his death. And one such person is Imran Abbas who had an opportunity to meet the legend.

Imran Abbas who is a popular Pakistani actors and also worked in Bollywood film Creature 3D with Bipasha Basu and Karan Johar's Ae Dil Hai Mushkil has shared some unseen pictures with Dilip Kumar and Saira Banu on his Instagram account, remembering the call that legend made to his family inviting them for Eid. Also read: Dilip Kumar Death: The Late Legendary Actor Suffered From Advanced Prostate Cancer, Says Doctor

Imran Abbas in his long post shared, "I still remember the day you spoke to me and my parents on phone from Mumbai and then invited me to your place and the Eid I spent with you. I was literally awed and spellbound with your presence. I can’t comprehend my feelings of losing an institution, a legend , the epitome of stardom yet kindness and undoubtedly the biggest star Subcontinent could ever produce, someone who ruled hearts of 3 generations for over more than 7 decades and set the premise of “acting” for generation to come. “KHUDA NIGEHBAAN HO TUMHARA” … Inna Lillahe Wa Ina Elehe Rajeoon. RIP Dilip Sahab!" Also read: Veteran Actor Dilip Kumar Passes Away At 98 Due To Prolonged Illness

The social media is overwhelmed with condolence messages ever since the sad news of the legend's demise broke out. Amitabh Bachchan, Salman Khan, Sachin Tendulkar, Lata Mangeshkar, and Dharmendra have expressed their grief. 




Image source: Instagram/imranabbas.official