Do you know Kishore Kumar left wife Madhubala at her parents after doctor told she wouldn't live long?
Kishore Kumar and Madhubala's love life has always been a centre of attention for their fans even after these many years; read more.
Kishore Kumar and Madhubala had a very tragic love story, even though the couple's Jodi was a hit on-screen. In personal life, it was not even close to a smooth cakewalk. The duo has faced hardships, and one of our was Madhubala's poor health.
Madhubala was considered one of the most beautiful actresses in India, and she had a massive fan following. Although her life looked nothing less than a fairy tale on screen, it was the opposite in person.
Madhubala had many men come into her life, but she got tired of all the inconsistent relationships in her life. Madhubala met Kishore Kumar at the shooting of Chalti Ka Naam Gadia in Half Ticket, and soon they got married after falling in love. Also Read: When Gauri Khan said Aryan Khan would follow Shah Rukh Khan's religion, but why? Read this
Destiny played its cruel role, and their marriage was short-lived. They dated each other for nine years, Madhubala said yes to Kumar's proposal, and they married in 1960.
Kishore even converted to Islam and changed his name to Karim Abdul. She was not accepted in his family, and all this took a toll on her health. When Madhubala and Kishore left for London, she had some health issues, and doctors revealed that she had a heart condition that had gotten worse and that she had only two years to live. Also Read: When Ranveer Singh revealed secrets about his personal life; here's what actor confessed once
After knowing about the same, Kishore left her at parent's house as he thought he could not take care of her due to his busy shooting life. Reportedly Madhubala wanted Kumar's support and love and such times. Kumar bought a flat at QuarterDect, Catter Road, but she would be alone most of the time. Kishore would visit her once in two months, and she was confined to bed for nine years. She breathed her last on February 23, 1969. Apparently, they had no children.