It's been a year since Dilip Kumar's death, and it looks as if all colors have depleted out of Saira Banu's life. He was her better half of 55 years, her anchor, her reality, and days without him are "pheeka," the fantastic entertainer's significant other said on Thursday.
Doctors have advised her to blend in with individuals; however, that is a "troublesome thing" notwithstanding her endeavors to continue, Saira Banu said on Dilip Kumar's most memorable demise commemoration.
"My life is 'pheeka' without Yousuf saheb. This is an alternate sort of affection. You can't supplant certain individuals in your day-to-day existence. Give me all the wealth on the planet and Dilip saheb on one side, and I would need Dilip saheb," Saira Banu told while giving an interview.
He might have been Dilip Kumar, among a couple of carved into the archives of the film with jobs in movies, for example, 'Mughal-e-Azam' and 'Shakti,' yet for Saira Banu he was her 'saheb.'
The sparkle in his demeanors, his affection for Hindustani traditional music, and his love for extraordinary tea poured from a similarly unique piece of ceramics... these are only a fistful of clear recollections that the veteran entertainer describes of her better half she had loved since she was 12.
"He had his specific manner of comforting me and unobtrusively stating that life needs to continue and no human is godlike. Today, a year has gone by, and I am attempting... (yet, to no end to continue."
Saira Banu said she misses him consistently.
"I miss him. I'm isolated at this point. Emotionally, I am not well, and that is visible on my health," she added.
The 77-year-old has been in and out of emergency clinics since Kumar's passing.
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