'Kya zamana aagaya hai': Aly Goni slams those who recorded Dilip Kumar's burial video at Juhu Cemetary
'Kya zamana aagaya hai': Aly Goni slams those who recorded Dilip Kumar's burial video at Juhu Cemetary

Television actor Aly Goni, on Thursday took, to his Instagram Story to react to a viral picture from Mumbai's Juhu Kabristan, where actor Dilip Kumar was laid to rest amid full state honours.

Legendary actor Dilip Kumar, popularly known as Tragedy King, passed on Wednesday morning and was cremated with state honours in the evening. Wrapped in tricolour, Dilip Kumar's mortal remains were buried at the suburban cemetery. He also received a gun salute at his funeral.

Several videos and pictures from the legendary actor's funeral rites were shared on social media. In a photo that surfaced on the internet people were seen burying Kumar's mortal remains at the Juhu Muslim Cemetery. The picture purportedly shows some people holding their phones up and recording the burial of legendary actor.

Slamming those who were 'making videos' of the burial, Aly Goni wrote: "Kya zamana aagaya koi dafnaya jaa raha hai dua nahi log video bana rahe hai."

'Kya zamana aagaya hai': Aly Goni slams those who recorded Dilip Kumar's burial video at Juhu Cemetary

Dilip Kumar's body was kept at his Bandra home a few hours for people to pay their last respects even as huge crowds assembled outside to catch a glimpse of the legendary star before his final journey.

Among those who visited and condoled his wife Saira Banu Khan were Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, Tourism Minister Aditya Thackeray, Karan Johar, Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, Ranbir Kapoor, Vidya Balan, Johny Lever, and Anupam Kher.

Later, his body was ceremonially draped in the national Tricolour by a Mumbai Police contingent, and taken in procession to the Juhu Muslim Cemetery with scores of people lined up on both sides of the roads to bid a tearful adieu.

At the cemetery, many other top Bollywood personalities had gathered for his final 'deedar', awaiting the funeral cortege brought by the police and his family members.

After the traditional rituals and prayers and the state protocols, Dilip Kumar was laid to rest as many of the mourners cried and other fought back their tears even as Mumbai Police deployed tight security and implemented Covid-19 protocols.

(With inputs from IANS)

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