Saira Bano wishes long, sound life toDilip Kumar on birthday. Veteran actressSaira Bano has wished a long and solid life to her fabulous performing artist spouse Dilip Kumar, who turned 93 today. "I wish him long and sound life. He is doing fine...in the last two-three months there were good and bad times, however now he is fine," Saira said.
"Loads of adoration to him and my administrations to him. I don't put stock in giving materialistic things, that we do frequently," she said. In his extra time, Dilip Kumar watches sports on TV and listens to music. "He goes for a walk regular to the patio nursery. He watches sports on TV, similar to cricket, football. He loves traditional music. He was an athletic individual. He gets a kick out of the chance to travel ...he loves Ooty, Mahabaleshwar, London," she said.Heaping gestures of recognition on her spouse, Saira further said, "He is similar to a holy person, he is continually wishing great things for everybody regardless of the possibility that others are most certainly not." Birthday wishes and presents have been pouring-in for the actor since the previous evening. "There have been calls from India and abroad to wish him today. Parcel of individuals have sent blooms and endowments. God has been thoughtful to us. We are appreciative to everybody for the love and wishes dependably," Saira said.
"Today we do part of things we do it ordinary however today it is more. We go to god like whatever other day," she included. It will be a tranquil birthday festivity for Dilip Kumar today, with just family and some friends.His wife and veteran performing artist Saira Banu told this time the birthday would be a relaxed undertaking subsequent to Dilip Kumar is profoundly disheartened by the Chennai catastrophe – "We chose not to observe Dilip Sahab's birthday at a less than ideal time like this.
In any case, what makes the event much more unique this year is the felicitation that will take after. The performer will be regarded with the Padma Vibhushan (the nation's second-most astounding non military personnel honor) at home on December 13. In spite of the fact that the recompense was given uon him significantly not long ago, he was not able go to the function in April at the Rashtrapati Bhavan attributable to disease.
Saira along these lines included, "We got a call from Raj Bhavan and were educated that Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh will respect Dilip Sahab at home two days after his birthday. This makes it unique