Dilip Kumar’s younger brother Aslam Khan passed away at 80; was corona infected

Dilip Kumar’s younger brother Aslam Khan died this morning. He was Corona positive. Aslam’s elder brother Ishaan Khan was undergoing treatment at Lilavati Hospital in Mumbai. Aslam Khan was in ICU since last Saturday. His age was around 80 years, while Ehsan Khan is 90 years old. Dilip Kumar and his family are sad after the passing of his brother.

The health of Dilip Kumar’s brothers is continuously deteriorating. Both of his younger brothers Ehsan and Aslam Khan were brought to the hospital after suffering from breathing problem. Both brothers were found to be Corona positive. However, it is now reported that the health of the actor’s brothers is deteriorating.

According to reports, Ehsan and Assam Khan have not been placed on ventilators. He was kept on a non-invasive ventilator on Sunday due to low oxygen level in the body. Important members of the family are constantly being informed about their health.

According to reports, Dilip Kumar’s wife and actress Saira Banu had admitted them in the hospital after the health of Ehsan and Aslam deteriorated. Doctor Jalil Parker shared this information. Both brothers have blood pressure problems and one brother also suffers from Parkinson syndrome. Both were placed on non-invasive ventilators.

Is Dilip Kumar alright?

Talking about actor Dilip Kumar, he was told to be completely safe. Because they live separate from both brothers, there is no danger to him. The fans of the actor need not worry about him much. Dilip Kumar is 97 years old and lives under the supervision of his wife Saira Banu. They are active on social media and keep posting their health updates to fans.

Apart from this, Saira also keeps sharing her photos. Congratulations also come to fans on their behalf on festivals and special occasions. In April, Dilip also shared a post warning his fans about the Coronavirus. In this, he told people to be cautious of Corona and also wrote a poem. He wrote – medicine, blessings, distance from others, help for the poor, service for the weak.

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