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Dilip Kumar, Raj Kapoor
- Dilip Kumar, Raj Kapoor and Devanand were the first superstar trio of Bollywood.
- Dilip Kumar and Raj Kapoor were very good friends since college time.
- To fulfill his promise, Raj Kapoor went to Dilip Kumar’s house on his knees.
Mumbai. An era has also come to an end with the death of Dilip Kumar. Dilip Kumar, Devanand and Raj Kapoor were the first trio of superstars of the film industry. While there was competition among the three, they were also very good friends. An example of this is the promise made by Raj Kapoor which he kept after the marriage of Dilip Kumar.
Raj Kapoor often used to say in media interviews that if ever his friend Dilip Kumar gets married, he will go to his house on his knees. Dilip Kumar married Saira Banu in the year 1966. After Dilip Kumar’s marriage, Raj Kapoor kept his promise. He went to Dilip Kumar’s house on his knees. Not only this, Raj Kapoor’s father Prithviraj Kapoor and Shashi Kapoor were among those who brought the mare to the wedding.
When Raj Kapoor did mischief
Dilip Kumar and Raj Kapoor used to be good friends since their college days. Dilip Kumar writes in his autobiography, ‘Raj Kapoor was handsome in appearance, very famous in college, especially among girls. While he considered himself average and shy. Raj Kapoor had decided that my shyness would go away. Once he took me to Colaba on the pretext of going for a walk. We had a tonga ride.
The girls were seated near Dilip Kumar
Dilip Kumar further writes in his book, ‘Raj suddenly stopped the tongawala. There were two Parsi girls standing there. Raj talks to them in Gujarati and asks can we drop you somewhere. Those girls climbed on the tonga. I was holding my breath.
The late actor writes in the end, ‘Raj and the girl were talking laughingly. A girl came and sat next to me. Think of me, the pitti-pitti was lost. Actually this was Raj’s way of how to stop feeling uncomfortable in front of women. Raj did not commit any indecency, he was just a devil.’
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