From a struggling actor to a superstar, Irfan Khan once said ‘ I suppose at the end of the whole of life becomes an act of letting go, But always what hurts the most is not taking a moment to say goodbye.
Irfan Khan was one of the most talented actors in India. The self-made actor was born in 1967 in Rajasthan, He graduated from the National School of Drama in 1984. He made his debut with a DD-era TV show ‘Bharat Ek Khoj’. Irfan Khan once said, “the struggle was constant, as I was working in Television and was waiting for a chance to be on the big screen, I am not a very impressive person and I cannot impress people with my words and I have always been a shy person.”
His first stint with that of Bollywood was in the 1988 movie Salaam Bombay, which won a National Film Award. But one of his first roles as a protagonist was in Lunch Box, a heartwarming love story. Pran Singh Tomar, the tragic story of a national-level athlete turned rebel won him a national award. He won the hearts of people with his performance in Maddan.
Very soon Hollywood came calling where he played key roles in ‘life of Pie’ and the amazing ‘Spider-Man’. He also played key roles in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ and ‘Jurassic Park’. He exhibited this very same grit and determination even after he was diagnosed with cancer in 2018. The world-famous actor bid adieu to the world in April 2020 while receiving treatment for Colon infection. Even after his death, he remains in the hearts of fans through his roles.
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