Irrfan Khan said ‘Goodbye’ to mother earth today at a hospital in Mumbai. He was suffering from colon infection, so took admission in the hospital. The renown actor(53) had been fighting with cancer since 2018 and his official spokesperson had declared on Tuesday that he was under doctor’s observation. Irfan left his wife Sutapa and sons – Babil and Ayan after his death. Director Shoojit Sircar wrote a sympathy note remembering the actor.
His family officially annouced, “i believe, i have surrendered”. This is one of his words for expressing his hard fighting with cancer since 2018. In addition, Irrfan, a man of two or three words and an actor of silent expressions with his deep eyes and his memorable actions on tv screen. It is so hard and sad for us, we have to publish the news of him passing away. He is so strong from inside and inspired everybody whos seeked help from him. But in 2018, he was caught with rare cancer. Though he was fighting till the end, he surrendered to death lastly. Mostly he cared about his family and friends,he aws with them till very end, he left for heaven abode, leaving behind truly a legacy of his own. We all pray and hope that he is at peace. Before passing away, he expressed some magical words, “As if I was tasting life for the first time, the magical side of it”.
Irrfan Khan’s last movie ‘Angrezi Medium’was successfully running in the cinema halls before the lockdown was announced. In this movie, he played a role of the father of a poor daughter. And here he is willing to do any hardship to protect his daughter. Similar to the previous films, he was praised by the fans for his role. Later‘Angrezi Medium’ stopped playing in halls for the announcement of lockdown and was later released on an OTT platform.
He was best known for his great acting in films like ‘Maqbool’ and ‘Piku’. In addition, he earned a National Award for his strong act in a drama of sports ‘Paan Singh Tomar’. Moreover, Irrfan was also globally recognised for his performance in movies like ‘Slumdog Millionaire’, ‘Inferno’ and ‘Life of Pi’.
RIP Irrfan Khan.