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Irrfan Khan’s last movie release on the big screens – ‘The Song of Scorpions’

The Song of Scorpions will see Irrfan Khan play the role of a camel trader in the movie.

Irrfan Khan’s last movie on the big screens is his fine work in The Song of Scorpions. It also features Iranian actor Golshifteh Farahani. The film is all set to release in theatres sometime in early 2021. The film premiered at Locarno Film Festival (2017) and has also been screened at film festivals. Directed by Anup Singh, the shift to the big screens is but a tribute to the star that Irrfan Khan is.

Producer Abhishek Pathak went on to say, “We will be offering the film to the audience as a tribute to the beloved star of Indian cinema. It is truly an honour to present his final performance.” Khan plays the role of a camel trade in the movie. Meanwhile, The Song of Scorpions also features Waheeda Rehman.

Son Babil Khan took to social media to inform everyone about what we think can be Irrfan Khan’s last movie on the big screens. However, Khan mentioned that he hopes it does not be the last one. In fact, we too, hope that other films from the actor make a comeback to the screens!

Check out Babil’s post about The Songs of Scorpions here:

The film is shot in Rajasthan and is a visual treat for the audiences. Meanwhile, the film will also see Tillotama Shome in a pivotal role. Thought this could be Irrfan Khan’s last movie on the big screens, who knows when will another return!

The actor passed away on April 29, 2020, and it left all the fans and movie fanatics heartbroken. His son and wife Sutapa share photos as well as interesting stories of their time together on social media. The actor passed away from a colon infection at the age of 54.

Khan had last shot for Angrezi Medium with Kareena Kapoor Khan and Radhika Madan, a movie that was cherished by all. Among other of his notable work are films like Lunchbox, Piku, Salaam Bombay, and more.

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