Dilip Kumar funeral: Wrapped in Indian tricolour, legendary actor's mortal remains reach Juhu Qabrastan
Dilip Kumar funeral: Wrapped in Indian tricolour, legendary actor's mortal remains reach Juhu Qabrastan
Viral Bhayani

Late legendary actor Dilip Kumar, who passed away on Wednesday morning, was accorded a state funeral. His mortal remains were laid to rest at Mumbai's Juhu kabristan this evening.

Dilip Kumar funeral: Wrapped in Indian tricolour, legendary actor's mortal remains reach Juhu Qabrastan
Photos by Viral Bhayani
Dilip Kumar funeral: Wrapped in Indian tricolour, legendary actor's mortal remains reach Juhu Qabrastan
Dilip Kumar funeral: Wrapped in Indian tricolour, legendary actor's mortal remains reach Juhu Qabrastan
Dilip Kumar funeral: Wrapped in Indian tricolour, legendary actor's mortal remains reach Juhu Qabrastan
Dilip Kumar funeral: Wrapped in Indian tricolour, legendary actor's mortal remains reach Juhu Qabrastan
Dilip Kumar funeral: Wrapped in Indian tricolour, legendary actor's mortal remains reach Juhu Qabrastan
Dilip Kumar funeral: Wrapped in Indian tricolour, legendary actor's mortal remains reach Juhu Qabrastan
Dilip Kumar funeral: Wrapped in Indian tricolour, legendary actor's mortal remains reach Juhu Qabrastan
Dilip Kumar funeral: Wrapped in Indian tricolour, legendary actor's mortal remains reach Juhu Qabrastan
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Dilip Kumar funeral: Wrapped in Indian tricolour, legendary actor's mortal remains reach Juhu Qabrastan
Photos by Viral Bhayani

Dilip Kumar breathed his last on Wednesday morning at Mumbai's PD Hinduja Hospital. He was admitted on June 30 after he complained of breathlessness.

As the film industry mourned his demise, several stars and politicians arrived at his residence in Mumbai to pay their last respects.

Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray and several other Bollywood stars including Shah Rukh Khan, Karan Johar, Dharmendra and others arrived at the Hindi cinema legend's Bandra residence to pay their last respects and offer condolences to Kumar's wife Saira Banu.

Known as Tragedy King, Dilip Kumar's career spanned over six decades. He acted in over 65 films in his career and is known for his iconic roles in movies like 'Devdas' (1955), 'Naya Daur' (1957), 'Mughal-e-Azam' (1960), 'Ganga Jamuna' (1961), 'Kranti' (1981), and 'Karma' (1986). His last film was 'Qila', which was released in 1998.

The evergreen icon is now survived by his wife and veteran actor Saira Banu.

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