BanglaHunt Desk: Renowned Indian actor Irrfan Khan has passed away at the age of 53. He was admitted to the ICU of the hospital on Tuesday with a stomach infection. According to his spokesperson, the 53-year-old actor died at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital.
Irfan Khan's mother passed away in Jaipur a few days ago. He could not even be present due to lockdown He was later admitted to the hospital with a stomach infection. He died there. According to hospital sources, Irfan Khan was suffering from severe neuroendocrine cancer. In June 2017, Irfan left his job midway and went abroad for treatment.
There is an atmosphere of mourning in the cine world surrounding the death of this actor who has worked successfully in various Bollywood and Hollywood films. Fans and colleagues have expressed their grief through social media. Renowned director Sujit Sarkar wrote on his social media, My dear friend Irfan. You have fought and fought and fought and fought. I will always be proud of you .. we will meet again .. sympathy to Sutpa and Babylon .. you also fought, Sutpa you made everything possible in this fight. Peace and om peace. Irfan Khan Salam.
My dear friend Irfaan. You fought and fought and fought. I will always be proud of you .. we shall meet again .. condolences to Sutapa and Babil .. you too fought, Sutapa you gave everything possible in this fight. Peace and Om Shanti. Irfaan Khan salute.
– Shoojit Sircar (hoShoojitSircar) April 29, 2020
I’m sorry to hear about the passing of Irrfan Khan. A versatile & talented actor, he was a popular Indian brand ambassador on the global film & tv stage. He will be greatly missed. My condolences to his family, friends & fans at this time of grief.
– Rahul Gandhi (ahRahulGandhi) April 29, 2020
Extremely saddened to hear about the demise of #IrfanKhan. He was truly an actor with immense talent & high caliber. He will be missed badly. My heartfelt condolences to the family. #ripirfankhan pic.twitter.com/kXe7FfNvuP
– Suresh Raina?? (@ImRaina) April 29, 2020
Academy Award-nominated film Salam Bombay debuted in his cine world! (1988). He received critical acclaim for his portrayal of negative characters in the films Hasil (2003) and Maqbool (2004), for which he won the Filmfare Best Villain Award. Life in a Metro (2007-2007) marked a turning point in Safal Khan's career, earning him acclaim and winning several awards, including the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor. He also made a name for himself in the acclaimed biographical sports drama Pan Singh Tomar (2011), which won him the National Film Award for Best Actor and the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor. His performance in the BAFTA Award-nominated romance The Lunchbox (2013) was universally acclaimed by critics and audiences alike. Khan went on to star in commercially and critically acclaimed films Haider (2014), Gunda (2014), Piku (2015) and Talwar (2015). His highest-grossing Hindi release was the critically acclaimed comedy-drama Hindi Medium (2017), which became a slipper hit in India and China, ranking among the highest-grossing Indian films of all time and gaining acclaim for his performance, winning the Filmfare Best Actor Award. Several awards.