Top 5 Inspiring Quotes Of Dilip Kumar

Dilip Kumar was invariably referred to as a well-read and articulate man. His dignity and adulthood broadened his viewpoints and one could constantly count on him for a beneficial standpoint on anything under the Sun. These are some of his quotes.

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Dilip Kumar was invariably referred to as a well-read and articulate man. His dignity and adulthood broadened his viewpoints and one could constantly count on him for a beneficial standpoint on anything under the Sun. Of course, the great popular words of Kumar were documented in a courtroom during the Naya Daur litigation between BR Chopra and Ataullah Khan. Dilip had declared openly, “I love Madhubala and I shall always love her till the day she dies.” Other quotations from the man are dramatically creamy in comparison, but he’s always had a voice worth entrusting an ear to. As the actor takes off for the transcendental abode today, we look back at some of his extensively remarkable quotes.

“If I were to state what I really want, I would immediately say that I want plenty of sleep, peace of mind while awake, a handkerchief in my pocket always—and a son. These are my personal wants for the gratification of my personal self.”

Our personal self wants to gratify the senses and so we demand various things. Sleep is the food for the hungry body. Sleep is the cuisine for the brain. Every sense organ has an individual desire and we are wasting our body and hurting our soul in serving those cravings. Desires are dark and deep.

“Do you know what happened when Bimal Roy died? His furniture was sold. Mrs. Bimal Roy had to vacate her house. Mehboob Khan died in debt. Our country does not treat our filmmakers kindly.”

Our country doesn’t treat us gracious. We try to sustain and survive in the reality. In India, everyone suffers at some of the other points in life. Filmmakers like Bimal Roy, Mehboob Khan who elevated the image of India died in repelling manner.

“The denial of my marriage with Asma was an act of assertion of my right to protect my privacy and keep my pledge… I have kept my pledge even at the avoidable risk of my credibility.”
The marriage was an act of trust whereas assertion of right is going on in this case. Privacy needs to be protected. Many times while we follow and conserve something, we lose the other side of truth. Genuinity is at threat in such situations.

“I’ve done films with conviction and those characters have gone well with my age. Even the directors were competent and the subjects passable.”
An actor gets a chance to perform films and characters of almost all ages. Every type of situation makes him aware as a human being. He becomes fit to handle such crises in real life. Directors are like scenarios. They are different but we are supposed to adjust to them.

“Given my temperament, when I have either been dubbed a tragedian or a comedian, I have always felt that they are talking about someone else. Because I think I’m a bit of everything, mujh mein sab ka thoda thoda sa hai.”
Comedy, Tragedy, Anger, Jealousy, Envy, etc are shades of my whole. An actor is full of sentiments and dialogues. Every fragment of feelings makes a whole that entertains everyone.