An actor like Irrfan Khan is timeless indeed. He has managed to give some of the finest performances, the kind that continues to live in our hearts. While he is an actor that is a class apart, he is a star that truly shines so bright. One cannot take away from him the way he delivers his dialogue – like a comforting rub on the back on some days and a wretched stare in the eye on the other. On Irrfan Khan’s death anniversary today, we decided to celebrate the actor. And what better way than remember some of the amazing Irrfan Khan dialogues?
10 Irrfan Khan dialogues to remember him by:
I suppose, in the end, the whole life becomes an act of letting go – Life of Pi
Yeh sheher humein jitna detai hai, badle mein kayi jayada humse le leta hai – Life in a Metro
Sharafat ki duniya ka kissa hi khatam, ab jaising duniya vese hum – Jazbaa
Death aur shit, yeh do cheeze kisi ko bhi, kahin bhi, kabhi bhi aa sakti hai – Piku
Sometimes the wrong train takes you to the right destination – The Lunchbox
Kismat ki ek khaas baat hoti hai ki wo palatti hai – Gunday
Paisa agar bhagwan nahi hota toh bhagwan se kam bhi nahi hota – Chocolate
Galtiyaan bhi rishton ki tarah hoti hai…Karni nahi padti, ho jaati hai – D-Day
Aadmi jitna bada hota hai…uske chupne ki jagahein utni hi kam hoti hain – Kasoor
The key to a happy life is to accept you are never actually in control – Jurassic World
If you ask me, one can never get enough of Irrfan Khan dialogues, for he, is a true star. While we remember him today, here’s sending him all the love and light! Irrfan passed away on April 29, 2020, after his long battle with cancer. The actor was diagnosed with neuroendocrine cancer in 2018 and was being treated in London.
Irrfan’s son Babil Khan, took to social media earlier today as he wrote a heartfelt note. Khan spoke about the chemo that Irrfan went through, and wrote the nicest of things about his ‘baba’. He concluded the note with some beauitful words, the kind that you know stay with you forever.
Read Babil’s post for Irrfan here:
Wife Sutapa Sikdar too, penned a heartfelt note for Irrfan Khan on his first death anniversary.
Here’s to remembering Irrfan Khan and all the good he has left behind for the world to see!