- Irrfan Khan died in April 2020
- The actor had also starred in several international projects
- He has delivered many cinematic gems throughout his career
As one of the best actors in Indian cinema, Irrfan Khan has left an indelible mark on the minds of film lovers around the world. Therefore, the actor’s death in 2020 felt like a personal loss to many fans around the world. With his spirited performances, Irrfan Khan played a wide variety of characters in renowned films. From comedy to romance, the actor brought a variety of emotions to life with the ease and panache of a veteran. Bandit or businessman, Irrfan Khan made every story his own and left the audience spoiled for choice.
On his birthday, we’re taking a look at some of Irrfan Khan’s best performances that are definitely to watch.
1. The lunch box
The lunch box is the story of two people who fall in love without ever having met. The romance blossoms over neatly packed packed lunches and is facilitated by Mumbai’s famous Tiffin services. As Saajan, Irrfan Khan brings a vulnerability to the love story that leaves you excited for him from the very first frame. And as always, Irrfan Khan has you cheering for him all the time.
- Paan Singh Tomar
Irrfan Khan is a revelation in Paan Singh Tomar, a biography of the national obstacle course champion who turns into a dacoit due to the circumstances. The complex role, based on the life of the athlete of the same name, led Irrfan to deliver one of the best performances of his career. Audiences and critics praised the performance, for which it also won a National Film Award.
Irrfan Khan’s appearance in Maqbool makes you believe he was born to bring complex characters to life. The film is an adaptation of Shakespeare Macbeth and features Irrfan Khan in the title role. As a maqbool, the actor perfects the role of a man who is overwhelmed first by greed and then by his conscience.
- The namesake
In Mira Nair’s film, Irrfan Khan shared the screen space with his Maqbool Co-star taboo. But Ashima Ganguli and Ashoke Ganguli from The namesake inhabit a completely different world than Maqbool and Nimmi. Based on Jhumpa Lahiri’s book, Irrfan and Tabu bring to life the trials and sorrows of first generation West Bengal immigrants who move to the United States for a better future and relationship with their American-born children.
Based on the real-life case of the death of the teenage boy Aarushi Talwar, the film shows Irrfan Khan as Ashwin Kumar investigating the death of a teenage boy and her housekeeper. Irrfan Khan’s ease with which he evokes the most complex emotions makes this film a must-see.
- Life in a… metro
With this film, Irrfan Khan reminded us that he is just as lovable in sweet love stories as he is in complex dramas and thrillers. Check out the actor’s nuanced performance and chemistry with Konkona Sen Sharma.
Qissa is a compelling story that explores the themes of gender identity, gender bias, and the concept of the family. The film traces the decisions and actions of a man obsessed with the idea of having a son in order to continue the family line. As Umber Singh, Irrfan Khan plays a man who is far from likeable, but every time you question the character, you also applaud Irrfan’s talent.
- Strange single
This film shows Irrfan Khan with Parvathy Thiruvothu as Yogi and Jaya meeting on an online dating site. As a Jaya, a widow, yogi learns to trust and love, you do so too thanks to Irrfan Khan’s charm.
- Life of pie
Life of pie by Ang Lee is a film that needs no introduction. While the story revolves around the journey of Pi Patel, played by Suraj Sharma, Irrfan Khan and Tabu are Pi’s parents. Even in what is known as a supporting role, Irrfan Khan steals the show.
You can’t help but fall in love with Irrfan Khan summit. As Rana, Irrfan is the voice of reason amid the eccentricities that determine Piku’s relationship with her father Bhaskor Banerjee.
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