Manzar Sehbai Shares Memorable Photo With Bollywood Legend Dilip Kumar

The two legends met eight years ago in Mumbai.

Pakistani veteran actor Manzar Sehbai is well-renowned for his work in the Pakistani entertainment industry.

The actor has appeared in various popular dramas and Lollywood films including Bol, which even won awards.

The veteran star is also very active on social media, sharing some rare and interesting pictures with fans and followers.

Recently, the veteran actor took to Instagram to share a throwback photograph from eight years ago. Fans were surprised to see Manzar Sehbai shaking hands with a Bollywood legend – Dilip Kumar!


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Muhammad Yusuf Khan, popularly known as Dilip Kumar, is a legend in the Indian film industry. Pakistani fans have a special place for Dilip in their heart as he was born in Peshawar’s Qissa Khawani Bazaar.

An actor, producer and philanthropist, Dilip is often regarded as ‘The First Khan’ of Bollywood. The actor is applauded for his work in the industry.

The veteran actor’s career began before there even was a Bollywood. He started working in films three years before the India-Pakistan partition. Some of his most famous films include 1944’s Jwar Bhata, Pratima in 1945, Andaz in 1949, 1955’s Devdas (the original), the highly acclaimed Mughal-e-Azam and Saudagar.

Nicknamed as ‘The Tragedy King’, Dilip is credited for being one of the few rare actors that bring realism to the film with their performance.

The photograph of Dilip Kumar, wearing his signature white outfit, and Manzar Sehbai went viral as fans from both Lollywood and Bollywood were thrilled to see these two legends interact with one another. The picture was taken at Saira Bano’s house in Palli Hills, Mumbai.

What is your favorite Dilip Kumar or Manzar Sehbai performance? Share your answer in the comments below.


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Written by Sher Alam


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  1. I liked Dilip’s performance in Deedar , Mela , Andaz , babul ‘tarana ,madhu Mari , naya Daur and Moghul e Azam

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