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The century-old ancestral residence of Bollywood fable Dilip Kumar, that was already in a decayed condition, has collapsed yet a authorities contend a reproduction would shortly come adult during a site. Only a front apportionment and a embankment of a house, situated in Mohalla Khuda Dad nearby ancestral Qissa Khawani bazaar, are total now, according Shakeel Waheedullah, General Secretary, Cultural Heritage Council.
Prominent members of a city criticised a Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) supervision for neglecting a refuge of a iconic structure even yet it was announced a inhabitant birthright in 2014 by a archaeology department. Waheedullah pronounced he submitted 6 applications to a KP supervision to pull their courtesy to a condition of a residence yet no movement was taken.
He pronounced Saira Bano, mother of Dilip Kumar, has been sensitive about a condition of a house.
“Saira Bano became morose after she came to know about a fall of a ancestral residence of Dilip Kumar,” he said. Ehtesham Toru, President Cultural Journalist Forum KP, pronounced it was mocking that a ancestral residence was not saved from destruction.
Director of Archaeology and Museums, Abdul Samad, however, called a cavern in a “blessing in disguise” as it will give them a possibility to refurbish a house. Samad pronounced a structure was in disorder and according to engineers it could not be conserved.
“The usually approach to preserve this residence was to refurbish it as a structure was irreparable,” Samad added.
He pronounced a archaeology dialect had to explode a structure for a reconstruction. He pronounced a archaeology dialect would shortly erect a reproduction of a residence underneath a KP Antiquities Act 2016. The house, Samad said, was owned by someone and charge efforts were halted due to litigation. The new law, however, allows a archaeology dialect to lift on charge or reformation work during any ancient site but ownership.
“We have launched a plan to request all ancestral and ancient places within a Walled City of Peshawar and underneath a same project, a reproduction of Dilip Kumar’s residence would be reconstructed soon,” Samad said.
Some of a biggest Bollywood stars including Dilip Kumar, a Kapoors, Shah Rukh Khan and late Vinod Khanna belonged to Peshawar and their ancestral houses still exist in a city. Dilip Kumar was innate in 1922 during Mohalla Khuda Dad and in
his teenagers he went to Mumbai to turn a cinema star. The supervision of Pakistan celebrated him by awarding Nisha-e-Imtiaz, a top municipal endowment of a country, in 1998.