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He was born into a Hindu language Avanah family in the Kissa Havani bazaar area in Peshawar, Pakistan. He was raised with his 12 brothers.

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Dilip Kumar  Biography and Biodata
Name
Muhammad Yusuf Khan
Nick-name
Tragedy King
Profession
Actor

Height and Weight
Height
5 feet 9 inches
Weight
66 kg
Diet
Normal
Date Of Birth
11 December 1922
Age
96 -Years (as in 2019)

Debut
Religion
Islam
Nation
Indian
Debut Movie
Film- Jwar Bhata (1944)
Famous Role
Not Known

Girlfriends / Affairs
Girlfriend/Dating
Kamini Kaushal, Madhubala, Saira Banu
Controversies
Not Known
Horoscope/ Zodiac  Sign
Sagittarius
Gay/Lesbian
No

Body Measurements
Body Measurements
38 -32-15
Chest Size
38- inches
Waist Size
32- inches
Biceps Size
15- inches


Face
Eye Colour
Black
Hair Colour
Salt & Pepper
Ethnicity
White


Residence
Birth Place
Peshawar, North-West Frontier Province, British India
Residence
Peshawar, North-West Frontier Province, British India
Home Town
Bombay (now Mumbai), India


School and College
school
Barnes School, Deolali, Nashik district, Maharashtra
College
Not Known
Other Qualifications
Not Known

Family
Father
Lala Ghulam Sarwar
Mother
Ayesha Begum
Brother
Nasir Khan, Ehsan Khan, Aslam Khan, Noor Mohammed, Ayub Sarwar
Sisters
Fauzia Khan, Sakina Khan, Taj Khan, Farida Khan, Saeeda Khan, Akhtar Asif
Marital Status
Married
Wife
Saira Banu, Asma Rehman
Daughter
Not Known
son
Not Known



Relatives
Uncles
Not Known
Aunties
Not Known
Grandfather
Not Known
Grandmother
Not Known
Former partner
Not Known
Former Spouse
Not Known

Favorites
Favorite Movie
Not Known
Favorite Director
Not Known
Favorite Colour
Black
Favorite Destination
Not Known
Favorite Book
Not Known
Favourite Sport
Cricket

Favorites
Favorite Actor
Not Known
Favorite Actress
Meena Kumari, Nalini Jaywant
Favorite Food
Chicken
Favorite Musician
Not Known
Favourite Perfume Brand
Armani
Favourite liquor
Not Known

Dilip Kumar Collections
Cars Collections
Not Known
Bikes Collections
Not Known
Hobbies
Cooking, Playing Cricket

Remuneration
Movie-Remuneration
 (INR)
(INR)
Net-worth
$65 million

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His father owned and sold fruit, and he also owned gardens in Deolali in Maharashtra, India and Peshawar in Pakistan. He was educated at Barns School, Deolali, in the Nashik Maharashtra district.
His family moved to Mumbai, now Mumbai, from Peshawar in the late thirties.

Around 1940, when Dilip Kumar was still a teenager, he left home for Pune after an argument with his father. He also set up a sandwich stand at the army club in Pune.

With 5,000 Indian rupees in his hands, he went to Bombay, which is now in Mumbai, and in 1942 he met Devika Rani, the owner of Bombay Talkies, and signed a contract with his company to pay 1,250 Indian rupees. 
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Ashok Kumar had a great influence on his acting style and told him to behave "naturally." From 1976 to 1981, he took a 5-year break in the cinema. In 1980, he was appointed honorary sheriff of Mumbai. In 1991, 1994 and 2015, the Indian government honored him with Padma Bhushan, Dadasakheb Phalka and Padma Vibhushan, respectively.

In 1997, the Government of Pakistan awarded him the most important civilian award of Nishan-i-Imtiaz in Pakistan. He won the Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award in 1993. He made his last appearance in the 1998 film, Qila. 

For the period 2000-2006, the National Congress of India appointed him a member of the Rajya Sabha. In 2011, when he turned 89, he launched his Twitter account. Dilip Kumar holds the Guinness World Record for the maximum number of prizes that an Indian actor will win. In 2013, he made a pilgrimage to Mecca with his wife, Saira Banu.


Dilip Kumar Full List:-

Movie Title
Jwar Bhata (1944)
Jugnu (1947)
Shaheed (1948)
Shabnam * Tarana (1949)* (1949)
Jogan (1950)
Babul (1950)
Andaz (1949)
Deedar (1951)
Aan (1952)
Daag (1952)
Devdas (1955)
Azaad (1955)
Naya Daur (1957)
Yahudi (1958)
Madhumati (1958)
Paigham (1959)
Kohinoor(1960)
Mughal-E-Azam (1960)
Ganga Jamuna (1961)
Leader (1964)
Dil Diya Dard Liya (1966)
Ram Aur Shyam (1967)
Sunghursh (1968)
Gopi (1970)
Dastaan (1972)
Bairaag (1976)
Kranti (1981)
Vidhaata (1982)
Shakti (1982)
Mashaal (1984)
Duniya (1984)
Karma (1986)
Saudagar (1991)