Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Saira Banu after Dilip Kumar’s death: Need Sahab so desperately in my life

Saira Banu has been keeping a low profile after the death of Dilip Kumar. In an interview with a national newspaper, she talked about coping with the loss and why she has kept herself in a “shell”.

Saira Banu said, “I am extremely distressed; I cannot get out of the loss. How do I get out of it? I just can’t. I was doing everything very happily too. Everything was so fine, just the two of us together. I loved sitting at home with Sahab. Anyway, I am not an outgoing person or a party person. Today, I don’t want to step out.”

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When asked until when she will keep herself inside the house, Saira Banu said, “I don’t know, maybe until I don’t feel distressed. No point in stepping out when…”

Saira Banu concluded by saying, “I wouldn’t feel lost. It is just that I need Sahab so desperately in my life. Frankly, yes, I am not mingling with people. Maybe only with my immediate friends. I am lucky that a lot of people are so concerned about me. But for now, I am doing a lot of meditation and prayer.”

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Saira Banu was standing by Dilip Kumar’ side through his tough times. Dilip Kumar died at Hinduja Hospital on July 7, 2021, at 98. He died after a prolonged illness in addition to testicular cancer and pleural effusion.

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