It's been a year, Irrfan Khan kicked the bucket on April 29 a year ago after a long fight with malignant growth. Reviewing the inheritance began and closed by Irrfan Khan, probably the best actor in Bollywood, various celebrities have paid tribute to Irrfan Khan on his 1st death anniversary.
A couple of days before Irrfan Khan's demise commemoration, The Academy recalled the actor in the In Memoriam section of the Oscars ceremony. Actress Freida Pinto recorded down her fundamental Irrfan Khan films on the Oscars website, honoring the actor. "There was just nobody like Irrfan Khan. His beauty and poise alongside his amazing ability as a craftsman, actor - a portrayer of mankind in the entirety of its shapes and structures - made me have a profound appreciation for him as well as I intuitively needed to copy that effortlessness in my profession too," she composed.
Freida is one among a few Indian and worldwide artists who have been enchanted by the wizardry of Irrfan and grieved his inopportune demise on April 29, 2020. Ang Lee, who worked with Khan on Life of Pi, had said in an explanation, "Irrfan was an incredible craftsman, a genuine man of honor and a courageous contender. His death is the cinema's misfortune. We will miss him beyond all doubt."
His Jurassic World co-star Chris Pratt had tweeted that he was "tragic to find out about the death of screen legend" adding that Khan "was a stunning actor and human. He will be remembered fondly." Marc Webb, who coordinated Khan in The Amazing Spider-Man, had said, "Irrfan clarified that force and tenderness could exist together in an ideal equilibrium… He may have been the most nuanced actor I have at any point worked with and I will consistently be his devoted fan." "The appeal you brought to all that you did was unadulterated wizardry. You roused so many of us," tweeted Priyanka Chopra Jonas, who featured with Khan in 2011's dim satire 7 Khoon Maaf.