Indian cinema’s finest actor Irrfan Khan Dies at the age of 53

Indian cinema’s finest actor Irrfan Khan Dies at the age of 53

Rest in peace legend… Irrfan Khan, an actor of great caliber- the versatile one – who won hearts in both Bollywood and the west, left us at the age of 53. Irrfan Khan’s passing has left a void in the Indian film industry and a large number of fans mourn the death of the superstar.

29 April: Star Irrfan Khan passed away on Wednesday in Mumbai’s Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, where he was being treated for a colon disease. An announcement discharged by his family said that Mr Khan spent his last hours encompassed by his affection, his family for whom he most thought about.

Irrfan Khan

Sadly, Irrfan Khan’s mom Saeeda Begum left the world at 95 on 25th -Saturday morning in Jaipur. Irrfan Khan was not able to attend the funeral physically due to the imposed lockdown.

Slum dog millionaire and The lunchbox actor, combat a tumor for a while and came back to Mumbai a few months prior in the wake of being treated in London. Irrfan Khan is survived by his better half Sutapa and 2 sons named Babil and Ayan. Many bollywood celebrities poured in their condolences for Irrfan Khan’s family. Leader Narendra Modi also depicted Irrfan Khan’s passing as a misfortune to the industry of film and theater in his sympathy tweet.

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Irrfan Khan was determined to have a neuroendocrine tumor in March 2018, not long after which he traveled to London for treatment. He came back to India in February 2019 to shoot “Angrezi Medium” and flew back to London after a short remain. The entertainer came back to India in September a year ago after medical procedure and treatment in London. After broad treatment, he recuperated alright to shoot Angrezi Medium, the film which would end up being his last, and the release of which was stopped in light of the coronavirus pandemic. This is without a doubt, an irreparable loss for Bollywood! You will be badly missed by all of us, Mr. Khan!