Can’t show her equation with Kishore Kumar or Dilip Kumar in Madhubala biopic: Sister

Madhubala’s sister Madhubala, a yesteryear screen icon, has made several revelations in a new interview. Madhubala, the star of films like Mughal-e-Azam (1960), Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi (1958) and Half Ticket (1962), died in 1969 at the age of 36. A biopic on him is being made for a long time. Time. However, the biopic may not talk about Kishore Kumar or her relationship with Dilip Kumar, her sister has said.

It is said that Madhubala was in a relationship with Dilip Kumar for many years, after which there was a difference of opinion among the people regarding a court case. Actress and singer Kishore Kumar was married between 1960-69 and her family accused her of ‘abandoning’ her in the last days.

Speaking to ETimes in a new interview, Madhur said, “We are sure we don’t want to hurt anyone while telling this story. We don’t want to get into what happened to Dilip Kumar and Kishore Kumar. Their families There are wives and children too. Every relationship has its ups and downs, but just as we don’t appreciate what is said about our fathers, in the same way, if someone talks about the past, they also feel sad. We want to celebrate Madhubala’s life, but we don’t want to hurt anyone’s sentiments while doing it.”

Dilip Kumar and Madhubala were one of the most loved couples onscreen in the 50s of Bollywood. Apart from playing the roles of Salim and Anarkali in the epic Mughal-e-Azam, they also starred together in Tarana, Amar and Sangdil, among other films.

Madhubala and Kishore Kumar’s marriage has always been a topic of discussion in B-Town. There was speculation that Madhubala fell ill and this lost the charm of their relationship. Madhur Bhushan sheds light on a different side of the relationship, revealing that Kishore Kumar was deeply affected by Madhubala’s sudden diagnosis of a hole in her heart.

Madhur said, ‘He was her husband. Of course, he was impressed by it. When he went to London for his diagnosis of aapa, he was accompanied by Dr. Aspi Golwala, a very renowned cardiologist. When he came to know in London that Aapa had only 2 years to live, it affected Kishore Bhaiya a lot.”

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