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Happy Birthday Dilip - Song

Dilip, your name carries a profound meaning.
It is derived from the Sanskrit word 'deepa,' meaning 'light' or 'lamp.' As the bearer of this name, you are seen as a 'light-bringer,' one who illuminates the path for others.
You have an innate ability to inspire and guide those around you, extending warmth and clarity to their lives.
Your name signifies your role as a beacon of hope, a source of enlightenment, and a guiding force in the lives of those who cross your path.

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Dilip, a name so bright, like a shining star in the night
With a heart so kind, spreading joy like a gentle wind
In the land of dreams, Dilip dances and beams
A friend so true, always there for you
Dilip, oh Dilip, a name that makes us skip!

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Happy Birthday to You,
May Good Luck be with You,
Happy Birthday to you, Dilip.

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  • Dilip Prabhavalkar is a well-known Indian figure in the fields of acting, directing, and playwriting. With over five decades of experience in the entertainment industry, Prabhavalkar has made an indelible mark on the Marathi cinema landscape. Born on August 4, 1944, in Mumbai, Maharashtra, Prabhavalkar turned 77 this year.
  • Whenever the term Bollywood Tragedy King comes into anyone's mind, the first name that will pop up will surely be Dilip Kumar. Born as Muhammad Yusuf Khan in Peshawar, Pakistan, on December 11th, 1922, this legendary actor's journey is nothing but a sheer inspiration to millions of aspiring artists worldwide. Though he started his acting career in 1944 with the movie Jwar Bhata, it was his performance in Andaz (1949) that made everyone bow down to his acting skills, ultimately making him the King of Tragedies.