- Homi Adajania spoke about Irrfan Khan’s love of acting, adding that it’s difficult to think about cinema without thinking about him. Irrfan died on April 29, 2020 after a two-year battle with cancer.
PUBLISHED APRIL 22, 2021 3:20 PM
Director Homi Adajania has said that the late actor Irrfan Khan loved acting and it is difficult to think about cinema without thinking about him. Homi directed Angrezi Medium, Irrfan’s last film. He died on April 29, 2020 after fighting cancer for two years.
“Towards the end of our shoot, Irrfan told me that he had changed profoundly as a person. He had his fair share of pain but had redefined it as just another sensation in his head. It wasn’t comfortable, he said, but it was.” different It was just no more pain. He didn’t want any more fame or fame either, but when he said ‘Yaar Homi, mujhe acted se bahut mohabbat hai (My friend Homi, I love to act)’ he stopped acting and I couldn’t speak his words It is difficult to think of cinema without thinking of Irrfan, and the craft he loved so much gave him so much pleasure. I think his audience somehow felt the same joy. I am eternally grateful that I took a few steps his journey with him and so that we can fill these steps with so much laughter and joy in such a short time, “Homi told a leading daily newspaper.
Homi continued, “Irrfan told me that if he could go back in time and change something, anything in his life’s journey, he wouldn’t change anything. He laughed at the human predicament of identifying us by labels given by others.” Irrfan Khan the crossover success’, ‘Irrfan the Superstar’ or simply ‘Irrfan Khan’ the name. He had managed to access his truth, he had started to look at himself from the inside and said that he would not have done it in a hundred lives and would have achieved this realization had he not had this experience. “
Irrfan’s film Angrezi Medium was one of the last films to be released before the nation was hit by the coronavirus lockdown in 2020. It was later released prematurely as a streaming.
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Irrfan’s son Babil has shared memories of him on Instagram since he lost his father. He recently posted an invisible picture of Irrfan with actor Amitabh Bachchan. The photo shows the duo hugging each other with Irrfan’s back towards the camera. Amitabh had also praised a teaser of Qala, Babil’s debut project, and Babil.