Dilip Kumar, Saira Banu give us relationship goals in this Facebook video: Watch it here

Dilip Kumar recently made his Facebook debut on popular demand.

FP Staff April 13, 2017 16:28:30 IST
Dilip Kumar, Saira Banu give us relationship goals in this Facebook video: Watch it here

Veteran actor Dilip Kumar recently made his Facebook debut on popular demand. The actor posted a video of himself having tea with his wife and yesteryear actor Saira Banu.

They share an adorable energy in the video as Banu is prompting Kumar to say something to his fans as they sip on tea and relish biscuits along with it. After Kumar just looks intently into the camera and does not react to Banu, she stands up and places a peck on his right eye in the final moments of the video.

Kumar captioned the video as, "Irritating pain in lower back. A refreshing cup of tea is always welcome."

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