Dilip Kumar and Raj Kapoor’s ancestral homes to be turned into museums


Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister’s Special Assistant for Information Kamran Bangash has said that the provincial government has decided to convert the ancestral homes of Dilip Kumar and Raj Kapoor in Peshawar into museums. Thanks to such projects, we will make Peshawar a center of tourism and culture.

In a video statement issued from Peshawar, Special Assistant Chief Minister for Information Kamran Bangash said that the government has been trying to promote tourism in the province so that economic activities can continue in the province.

He said that the government’s kite project has been very successful in this regard. Under which it has been decided to convert Dilip Kumar’s ancestral home and Raj Kapoor’s mansion in Peshawar into a museum. Where citizens can go without a ticket.

Kamran Bangash said that Chief Minister Mahmood Khan has also approved Rs. 23.5 million for both the historic houses. From which both houses will be purchased.

“Thanks to such projects, we will make Peshawar a center of tourism and culture,” he said.

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