One of the finest actor of Bollywood who not only made a name for himself Nationally but Internationally too, died at the age of 54.
Actor Irrfan Khan was suffering from neuroendocrine tumor. He travelled to London for the treatment and returned back to the country after getting well. Post returning Irrfan resumed his work. He last shared the screen space with Kareena Kapoor in the sequel of Hindi Medium Movie. Actor was outstanding in the role of Champak who in the movie English Medium played the character of a middle-class family father who crossed all the limits to send her daughter to the London University.
Irrfan Khan is Bollywood’s versatile actor who brings life to the character and you just can’t resist yourself from praising his acting skills. He plays the role with utmost perfection and his down to earth nature wins the heart of the audiences. He started his acting career with popular television shows that includes, Chanakya, Bharat EK Khoj, Banegi Apni Baat, Chandrakanta and others. Historical film ‘The Warrior’ made him the famous personality.
In the year, 2005 Irrfan with the film Rog first appeared on the big screen in the lead role. His performance in the movie was praised by the critics and the audiences as well. Irrfan was an ace actor and there is no second thought in that. Actor has only given hit shots in the movies; ‘Life..in a metro’, ‘Slumdog..Millionaire’, ‘Life..of Pi’, ‘The Lunch Box’, ‘Paan Singh Tomar’, ‘Piku’, ‘Hindi Medium’, ‘Talwar’, ‘Jazbaa’ and ‘Qarib Qarib Single’.
For his versatility actor has bagged many awards, including Filmfare Awards and a National Film Award. In 2018, Khan was diagnosed with neuroendocrine tumor. He won the battle at London and came back to India. Last day, Irrfan was admitted to Kokilaben Hospital, Mumbai and actor passed away today at the age of 54.
The news saddens the entire Bollywood fraternity. Actors, well-known personalities and his fans are pouring their condolences under the hastag #IrrfanKhan.
मैंने दिल से कहा ढूँढ लाना ख़ुशी नासमझ लाया ग़म तो ये ग़म ही सही When I wrote these lines for “Rog” I thought I was writing then about my life — but I wish they hadn’t seemed like his autobiographical words right now.
Extremely sad and disturbing. One of the finest actors of our times and from what I remember of him from a news studio – a good, kind soul. #IrrfanKhan may you RIP
This is just too sad. I’d worked with #IrrfanKhan in Supari, not our best, but we had a wonderful time together. We met a few times after that & will always treasure the warmth. Not to mention the loss of an incredible actor. Will rewatch his flims to celebrate his life and work.
Heartbroken & deeply saddened by the passing away of a legend. #IrrfanKhan Gone too soon. The Indian film industry will never be the same without you. Rest in Peace.
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