Dilip Kumar Net Worth, Age, Family, Wife, Biography, and More

Dilip Kumar

Dilip Kumar was a Popular Actor, Producer, and Politician, he was born on 11 December 1922 in Peshawar, North-West Frontier Province. Dilip is known for portraying the role of ‘Thakur Veer Singh’ in the movie ‘Saudagar’.

He acted in the films like ‘Mughal-E-Azam’ (1960), ‘Karma’ (1986), and ‘Qila’ (1998). He was honored with India’s second-highest civilian award ‘Padma Vibhushan’.

 

Dilip Kumar Wiki, Net Worth, Age, Salary, Movies, Family, Girlfriend, Wife, Income, Kids, Father, Biography, and More.

Dilip Kumar

Dilip Bio in short
Real Name Mohammed Yusuf Khan
Nick Name Dilip
Nationality Indian
Date of Birth 11 December 1922
Age (as in 2021) 99
Work Actor, Producer, Politician
Famous as Actor
Birth Place Peshawar, North-West Frontier Province
Hometown Mumbai, India
Height Feet: 5 feet 09 inches
Centimeters: 175 CM
Meters: 1.75 M
Waist 32 inches
Weight Approx 60 kg
(132 lbs)
Caste Hindu
Education Graduate
Net worth (as in 2021) $ 85 Million
Achievement
  1. ‘Filmfare Award’ (1955)
  2. ‘Filmfare Award’ (1957)
  3. ‘Padma Bhushan Award’ (1991)
  4. ‘Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award’ (1993)
  5. ‘Dadasaheb Phalke Award’ (1994)
  6. ‘NTR National Award’ (1997)
  7. ‘Nishan-e-Imtiaz Award’ (1998)
  8. ‘CNN-IBN’s Lifetime Achievement Award’ (2009)
  9. ‘Padma Vibhushan Award’ (2015)
Zodiac sign / Star sign Sagittarius

 

Dilip Kumar Net Worth

As of 2021, Dilip Kumar Net Worth is $ 85 Million.

 

Dilip Education

Dilip completed his Schooling at Barnes School in Deolali, Nashik, Maharashtra, and College at Guru Nanak Khalsa College, Mumbai. His Highest Qualification is Graduation.

Dilip Family and Affairs/ Gf

Family

Father name Lala Ghulam Sarwar
Mother name Ayesha Begum
Sister name Fauzia Khan, Sakina Khan, Taj Khan, Farida Khan, Saeeda Khan, Akhtar Asif
Brother name Nasir Khan, Ehsan Khan, Aslam Khan, Noor Mohammed, Ayub Sarwar
Girlfriend name Under review
Wife name Saira Banu (First Wife)
Asma Rehman (Second Wife)
Daughter name Under review
Son name Under review
IMDb Profile IMDb
Wikipedia Profile Wikipedia

Dilip was born in Peshawar, North-West Frontier Province. His mother’s name is Ayesha Begum and his father’s name is Lala Ghulam Sarwar, he has five brothers Nasir Khan, Ehsan Khan, Aslam Khan, Noor Mohammed, and Ayub Sarwar, and six sister’s Fauzia Khan, Sakina Khan, Taj Khan, Farida Khan, Saeeda Khan, and Akhtar Asif.

Dilip Kumar’s First Wife’s name is Saira Banu. Saira and Dilip married in 1966. Dilip Kumar’s Second Wife’s name is Asma Rehman. Asma and Dilip married in 1981 and got divorced in 1983.

 

Controversy

  • Dilip came into controversy when he received the award ‘Padma Bhushan’.

 

Charity

Dilip donated to NGOs and trusts, he has never revealed his donation, According to GMDA, Kumar donated to the needed ones and helped many people with education.

Dilip Kumar Awards and Achievement

  • Kumar won the ‘Filmfare Award’ (1955).
  • He got the ‘Filmfare Award’ (1957).
  • In 1991, he received the ‘Padma Bhushan Award’.
  • Kumar was awarded the ‘Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award’ (1993).
  • He was honored with the ‘Dadasaheb Phalke Award’ (1994).
  • He got the ‘NTR National Award’ (1997).
  • In 1998, Kumar was awarded the ‘Nishan-e-Imtiaz Award’.
  • He won the ‘CNN-IBN’s Lifetime Achievement Award’ (2009).
  • He received the ‘Padma Vibhushan Award’ (2015).

 

Dilip Kumar Biography / Interesting Fact

  • Dilip Kumar was a Popular Actor, Producer, and Politician, Dilip is known for portraying the role of ‘Thakur Veer Singh’ in the movie ‘Saudagar’.
  • He was born in Peshawar, North-West Frontier Province.
  • From his childhood, Dilip was interested in acting.
  • He completed his education at Guru Nanak Khalsa College, Mumbai.
  • Dilip was the neighborhood of the famous actor ‘Raj Kapoor’.
  • He relocated to Pune to set up a dry fruit supply shop and a canteen.
  • In 1947, his family decided to settle in Mumbai.
  • He got the opportunity to work in the film ‘Jwar Bhata’ (1944).
  • The movie ‘Jwar Bhata’ was unsuccessful.
  • In 1945, he acted in the drama film ‘Pratima’.
  • He worked in the movie ‘Milan’ (1946), which was directed by ‘Nitin Bose’.
  • His first hit movie was ‘Jugnu’ (1947).
  • Dilip acted in films like ‘Ghar Ki Izzat’, ‘Shaheed’, ‘Mela’, ‘Anokha Pyar’ and ‘Nadiya Ke Par’ (1948).
  • His first release of 1949, was the movie ‘Shabnam’.
  • He portrayed the role of ‘Dilip’ in the film ‘Andaz’ (1949).
  • In 1950, he appeared in the movies like ‘Jogan’, ‘Arzoo’, and ‘Babul’.
  • Dilip got the opportunity to work with legendary actress ‘Nargis’ in the film ‘Hulchul’ (1951).
  • He acted in the romantic musical drama movie ‘Deedar’ (1951).
  • He starred in the drama film ‘Tarana’ (1951).
  • In 1952, Dilip was seen in the movies like ‘Daag’, ‘Sangdil’, and ‘Aan’.
  • His first release of 1953, was the drama movie ‘Shikast’.
  • In the same year, he was part of the film ‘Footpath’.
  • He played the role of ‘Advocate Amarnath’ in the drama movie ‘Amar’ (1954).
  • Dilip worked in the drama film ‘Devdas’ (1955).
  • The movie ‘Devdas’ won him the ‘Filmfare Award’.
  • In 1955, he appeared in the films like ‘Azaad’, ‘Uran Khatola’ and ‘Insaniyat’.
  • His first release of 1957, was the movie ‘Musafir’.
  • Dilip starred in the social drama film ‘Naya Daur’ (1957).
  • The movie ‘Naya Daur’ won him the ‘Filmfare Award’.
  • In 1958, he was part of the films like ‘Yahudi’ and ‘Madhumati’.
  • The movie ‘Madhumati’ was directed by ‘Bimal Roy’.
  • He got the opportunity to work with the famous actor ‘Raaj Kumar’ in the film ‘Paigham’ (1959).
  • In 1960, he worked in the action-adventure film ‘Kohinoor’.
  • Dilip portrayed the role of ‘Prince Salim’ in the historical drama movie ‘Mughal-E-Azam’ (1960).
  • He appeared in the crime drama movie ‘Gunga Jumna’ (1961).
  • He was seen in the political drama film ‘Leader’ (1964).
  • The movie ‘Leader’ won him the ‘Filmfare Award’ in the category of ‘Best Actor’.
  • In 1964, he did a cameo appearance in the Bengali film ‘Paari’.
  • He played the role of ‘Shankar’ in the movie ‘Dil Diya Dard Liya’ (1966).
  • His final release of 1967, was the film ‘Ram Aur Shyam’.
  • Dilip appeared in the movies like ‘Aadmi’, ‘Sunghursh’, and ‘Sadhu Aur Shaitaan’ (1968).
  • His debut Bengali film was ‘Sagina Mahato’ (1970).
  • In the same year, he was part of the movie ‘Gopi’.
  • He acted in the thriller film ‘Dastaan’ (1972).
  • The movie ‘Dastaan’ was produced by ‘B. R. Chopra’.
  • He did a cameo appearance in the film ‘Anokha Milan’ (1972).
  • In the same year, he was seen in the movie ‘Koshish’.
  • He played the role of ‘Sagina Maheto’ in the film ‘Sagina’ (1974).
  • Dilip did a cameo appearance in the movie ‘Phir Kab Milogi’ (1974).
  • His final release of 1976, was the film ‘Bairaag’.
  • He starred in the historical movie ‘Kranti’ (1981).
  • In 1982, he acted in the crime drama film ‘Shakti’.
  • The movie ‘Shakti’ won him the ‘Filmfare Award’.
  • Dilip was seen in the action drama movie ‘Vidhaata’ (1982).
  • He portrayed the role of ‘Dinanath Saxena’ in the film ‘Mazdoor’ (1983).
  • He appeared in the action movie ‘Mashaal’ (1984).
  • In the same year, he was seen in the film ‘Duniya’.
  • His first release of 1986, was the movie ‘Dharm Adhikari’.
  • He was a member of the political party ‘Congress’.
  • Dilip worked with the superstars like ‘Nutan’, ‘Jackie Shroff’, ‘Anil Kapoor’, and ‘Naseeruddin Shah’ in the film ‘Karma’ (1989).
  • He starred in the action drama movie ‘Kanoon Apna Apna’ (1989).
  • He appeared in films like ‘Izzatdaar’ and ‘Aag Ka Dariya’ (1990).
  • In 1991, Dilip acted in the drama movie ‘Saudagar’.
  • The film ‘Saudagar’ was nominated for the ‘Filmfare Award’.
  • He played the role of ‘Jagannath Singh’ in the movie ‘Qila’ (1998).
  • His acting skills and films are considered to be landmarks in Hindi cinema.

 

Dilip Kumar Tv Show List

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Dilip Kumar Movie List

  • Jwar Bhata (1944)
  • Pratima (1945)
  • Milan (1946)
  • Jugnu (1947)
  • Ghar Ki Izzat (1948)
  • Shaheed (1948)
  • Mela (1948)
  • Anokha Pyar (1948)
  • Nadiya Ke Par (1948)
  • Shabnam (1949)
  • Andaz (1949)
  • Jogan (1950)
  • Arzoo (1950)
  • Babul (1950)
  • Hulchul (1951)
  • Deedar (1951)
  • Tarana (1951)
  • Daag (1952)
  • Sangdil (1952)
  • Aan (1952)
  • Shikast (1953)
  • Footpath (1953)
  • Amar (1954)
  • Devdas (1955)
  • Azaad (1955)
  • Uran Khatola (1955)
  • Insaniyat (1955)
  • Musafir (1957)
  • Naya Daur (1957)
  • Yahudi (1958)
  • Madhumati (1958)
  • Paigham (1959)
  • Kohinoor (1960)
  • Mughal-E-Azam (1960)
  • Gunga Jumna (1961)
  • Leader (1964)
  • Paari (1966)
  • Dil Diya Dard Liya (1966)
  • Ram Aur Shyam (1967)
  • Aadmi (1968)
  • Sunghursh (1968)
  • Sadhu Aur Shaitaan (1968)
  • Sagina Mahato (1970)
  • Gopi (1970)
  • Dastaan (1972)
  • Anokha Milan (1972)
  • Koshish (1972)
  • Sagina (1974)
  • Phir Kab Milogi (1974)
  • Bairaag (1976)
  • Kranti (1981)
  • Shakti (1982)
  • Vidhaata (1982)
  • Mazdoor (1983)
  • Vidhaata (1982)
  • Mashaal (1984)
  • Duniya (1984)
  • Dharm Adhikari (1986)
  • Karma (1989)
  • Kanoon Apna Apna (1989)
  • Izzatdaar (1990)
  • Aag Ka Dariya (1990)
  • Saudagar (1991)
  • Qila (1998)

 

Dilip Kumar Web Series List

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Instagram

Dilip is a socially active person, loves to share his pictures and stories on Instagram.

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FAQ

Who is Dilip Kumar?

Dilip Kumar was a Popular Actor, Producer, and Politician, from Peshawar, North-West Frontier Province. Dilip is known for working in the films like ‘Mughal-E-Azam’, ‘Karma’, and ‘Qila’.

 

What is Dilip Kumar’s Wife’s name?

Dilip Kumar’s First Wife’s name is Saira Banu and his Second Wife’s name is Asma Rehman.

 

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