Shruti Haasan, Sonal, Anasuya, Others Share Their Grief Over Irrfan Khan’s Untimely Demise
When the clock struck noon on April 29 2020, a sad piece of news covered the nation in disbelief. One of Hindi cinema’s greatest actor Irrfan Khan breathed his last in a plush hospital in Mumbai. On April 28, the actor had been admitted to ICU due to the colon infection. “Surrounded by his love, his family for whom he most cared about, he left for heavenly abode, leaving behind truly a legacy of his own.”, the official statement from his spokesperson read.
The actor was detected with a rare type of cancer, earlier in 2018. He defeated all the speculations and returned home in good health, almost after two years. Post returning, he also completed a film which was on hold due to his ill health. The film, Homi Adjania’s Angrezi Medium, released on March 13, 2020, only a week before a nation-wide lockdown was announced. Family, friends, fans and the members of film fraternity share their sadness over his untimely demise.
Watch him in his film, Madaari, here:
Shruti Haasan wrote, “Goodbye sir… Thank you for your beautiful art and magic. Thank you for being you. Will miss you always. May your soul rest in peace and may you find peace and light.” Sonal Chauhan wrote, “Heaven just got luckier today. Just heard about Irrfan sir. Don’t want to believe this. Don’t know how to react. Finest at everything that he ever did. Even his last fight. We’ve lost a gem today. Strength to his family. RIP #IrrfanKhan”
Anasuya Bharadwaj shared, “I’m in total shock from the passing of Irrfan Khan. He is my favourite actor. He was so amazing and confident! It is truly a loss. My heart goes out to his family. #RIP #IrrfanKhan” Actor Sushanth, too, shared, “Hard to process this… strength to the family, RIP Irrfan Sir. You will always be with us through your outstanding body of work Sir. Thank You for being you.”
Namrata Shirodkar exclaimed, “So so sad to hear Irrfan is no more… an incredible talent and a great human being… You will be terribly missed. My deepest condolences to his family and loved ones. Sending love and light… RIP.” Nandini Reddy added, “Rest now dear sir… You have fought long and hard…Thank you for the memories.”
Manchu Manoj said, “The demise of such a great actor is a huge loss to Indian cinema. Very sad to hear that #IrrfanKhan sir is no more. May his departed soul rest in eternal peace. May the god give much-needed strength to his family and friends #ripirrfankhan” Young actor Avika Gor, too, expressed, “We love you. Rest in peace.”
Watch the talented actor at his finest in Vishal Bhardwaj’s Haider on ZEE5.
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