Biography | Tribute | Legacy
RIP Irrfan Khan : You were not just a great actor; you were a great fighter as well.
You were not just an inspiration; you were a remarkable humanitarian as well.
O Legend, you will be missed badly.
Today on April 29, 2020 – a legendary artist left us this morning. Although no words are fair enough to define what that talent was, but we still are trying our best to pay a small tribute to the Bollywood’s most versatile and beloved actor – Irrfan Khan.
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Born on January 7, 1967 – Irrfan Khan was birthed and brought up in Jaipur, Rajasthan. Initially, he was a cricket enthusiast and his skills led him to First Class Cricket; however, he had to say bye to his sporty soul, due to financial crisis.
After then, inside this man – the actor was ready to take the dead cricketer’s seat. And so it did, Irrfan’s talent helped him got the scholarship to the most prestigious theatre learning institute of India, i.e., National School of Drama in 1984.
After completing his study in drama, he had come to Mumbai to work in the industry, but initially, he had to do the television and did a few serials for Doordarshan as well as for Star Plus later.
In the ’90s, he started working in films as a supporting actor, and after working several years playing secondary characters – Irrfan finally got his first film in 2005 titled Rog. Right from there, his extraordinary talent started getting recognized.
The journey then went on to becoming one of the purest actors of Bollywood and winning various awards including – Padma Shri, National Film Award, Filmfare Awards, etc.
He was also one of a few actors of Bollywood who made it to Hollywood, worked in many foreign films, and praised for his performances every single time.
Irrfan Khan’s some of the most loved films were: Piku, Hindi Medium, Qarib Qarib Singlle, Lunch Box, Madaari, Paan Singh Tomar, Haasil, Blackmail, Life Of Pi, Jurassic World, Slumdog Millionaire, The Amazing Spider-Man, and many more.
He was the actor who was known for his realistic acting and the choices of stories he used to pick.
The last film of Sir Irrfan was Angrezi Medium
In 2018, he was diagnosed with cancer, fought hard, and won the battle of life. But today, he was defeated by a colon infection in Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani hospital to join his mother, who passed away just three days ago.
RIP Irrfan Khan Death : Leaving a legacy behind than can’t be carried forward by anyone other than him; did more than a hundred films – this space which got void today, can’t be filled ever again. The entire cinema will miss him, he will always be here with us via his art that he has left behind, but the saddest part is that we can’t see him acting ever again.
May your soul Rest in Peace!!