Dilip Kumar

Dilip Kumar

  • Highest Rated: 91% Mughal-E-Azam (1960)
  • Lowest Rated: 91% Mughal-E-Azam (1960)
  • Birthday: Dec 11, 1922
  • Birthplace: Peshawar, NWFP, Pakistan
  • Career has spanned over 60 films and six decades. First ever winner of the Filmfare Best Actor award in 1954 for Daag, an award he won a record eight times. Took a break from acting from acting from 1976-1981, returning in Kranti (1981). Awarded the Padma Bhushan, India's third highest civilian award, in 1991, and the Dadasaheb Phalke Award in 1994, for his contributions to Indian cinema. Last appeared on screen in a dual role in Qila (1998).

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Rating

Title

Credit

Box
Office

Year

No Score Yet Naya Daur Actor 2007
No Score Yet Legends Forever: Dilip Kumar & Amitabh Bachchan Actor 2003
No Score Yet Shakti DCP Ashwini Kumar 2000
No Score Yet Yahudi Actor 2000
No Score Yet Kanoon Apna Apna Actor 2000
No Score Yet Saudagar Actor 1991
No Score Yet Karma Rana 1986
No Score Yet Mashaal Actor 1984
No Score Yet Duniya Actor 1984
No Score Yet Mazdoor Actor 1983
No Score Yet Vidhaata Actor 1982
No Score Yet Kranti Actor 1981
No Score Yet Bairaag Actor 1976
No Score Yet Sagina Actor 1974
No Score Yet Dastaan Actor 1972
No Score Yet Aadmi Actor 1968
No Score Yet Ram Aur Shyam Actor 1967
No Score Yet Dil Diya Dard Liya Actor 1966
No Score Yet Leader Actor 1964
No Score Yet Ganga Jamuna Producer Gungaram 1961
91% Mughal-E-Azam Prince Saleem $0.2M 1960
No Score Yet Kohinoor Actor 1960
No Score Yet Paigham Actor 1959
No Score Yet Naya Daur Shankar 1957
No Score Yet Madhumati Devinder/Anand Anand/Devan 1957
No Score Yet Azaad Actor 1955
No Score Yet Devdas Devdas 1955
No Score Yet Amar Advocate Amarnath 1954
No Score Yet Daag Shankar 1952
No Score Yet Aan Actor 1952
No Score Yet Sangdil Actor 1952
No Score Yet Tarana Actor 1951
No Score Yet Babul Actor 1950
No Score Yet Andaz (A Matter of Style) Dilip 1949
No Score Yet Anokha Pyar Actor 1948

QUOTES FROM Dilip Kumar CHARACTERS

Prince Saleem
[holding the candle to her face] I want to demolish this wall of higher and lower. Anarkali, look at me - I want to see my love in your eyes.
Prince Saleem
Do you see any fear in your son's face?
Empress Jodha Bai
Absolutely not, I have trust in my blood. I came to congratulate you - a true Rajput prince may even have death as his bride.
Prince Saleem
Times change, emperors change, destinies change... but when love grips a person, that person does not change!
Prince Saleem
Treat me as a father and not as a king and give me my Anarkali!
Prince Saleem
[flourishing his sword] They are not wounds, they are flowers, and the withering of flowers is shameful for spring. Look at my sword - it's not only a killer, it is a sweetheart; as well as a sword it is the branch of a flower.