Irfan Khan Breathed His Last Before His Love
The prolific actor and Padma Shri awardee Irfan Khan passed away in Mumbai’s Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital on April 28. Irfan Khan 54 was survived by wife Sutapa and to children.
Irfan Khan’s journey of life
Born in Rajasthan in Tonk district in 1967, Irfan Khan had a wealth of talent that he proved through different roles he played in memorable movies including Haasil, Maqbool, The Lunchbox, Hindi Medium, Paan Singh Tomar and much more.
He also proved his talent in Hollywood movies that include The Amazing Spider-Man, The Namesake, Life of Pi and Jurassic World. But the most notable among all his films was Slumdog Millionaire that won Academy-Award. In the movie, he essayed the role of a police inspector in the direction of Donny Boyle.
In addition to movies, he also worked for television shows like Bharat EkKhoj, Chandrakanta, Chankya, Jai Hanuman and Mano Ya Na Mano where he was present only in the first season.
Padma Shri Irfan Khan
The Indian government decorated Irfan Khan for his versatile acting career with the fourth highest civilian honor, Padma Shri in the year 2011. It was recognition of his talent and contribution in the development of Indian film industry.
Final days of Irfan Khan
His health started deteriorating in 2018 when he was diagnosed with a rare cancer. But he gave a tough fight to the life-threatening disease. He went to London for treatment and kept his fans updated about his well-being. He breathed his last before his family.