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Sutapa Sikdar remembers Irrfan Khan in emotional post: Till we meet again

Irrfan Khan left for heavenly abode last month and ever since, the Bollywood industry has been mourning his death. The actor was battling cancer and it came to an end after 2 long years. Khan is survived by wife Sutapa, and sons Babil and Ayan Khan. April 29 marks one month since the actor’s demise. In a heartfelt post, Sutapa Sikdar remembers Irrfan with throwback photos.

Sutapa shared two photos of the actor, one with herself and went on to quote Rumi along with them as the caption. She wrote, “Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing there is a field. I’ll meet you there. When the soul lies down in that grass the world is too full to talk about. It’s just a matter of time…milenge baaten karenge…. Till we meet again.”

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Sutapa sikdar remembers Irrfan Khan
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On the work front, Irrfan was last seen in Angrezi Medium, a film that brought a smile to many. However, the movie failed to make big numbers due to the Coronavirus crises. Apart from the last release, reports have it that the actor shot for Sapna Didi, before he fell ill again. The movie also featured Deepika Padukone.

Irrfan’s demise did come as a shock to many, especially given the time it comes at. None the less, everyone continues to celebrate the actor from time to time, sending out love to him. As Sutapa Sikdar remembers Irrfan one month post his demise, here’s sending out all our love to her and the family.

Recently, Irrfan’s good friend and neighbour Ziaullah spoke about some of the memories they shared together. He reminisced how he loved ‘patang bazi’ and January 14 was a time he ensured to come to Jaipur. He also recalled how when Khan was a kid, he kept the kits near his bed to sleep and further added how he brought a sense of positive energy to the colony every time he visited.

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