Irrfan Khan Passes Away at 54; A look back at his 5 Best Movies

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One of the finest Bollywood actors, Irrfan Khan, who is known for his versatility & brilliant acting skills left for his heavenly abode on Wednesday, April 29. The 54-year-old actor was admitted to Mumbai’s Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital on Tuesday after he complained of a colon infection.
As the entire Bollywood grieves the loss of a talented superstar, let’s take a look at the 5 most amazing movies of Irrfan Khan.

1) Hindi Medium

In a bid to provide the best education to their daughter, a couple from Chandni Chowk goes to every possible limit. The film is set to define the importance of English knowledge in today’s field and how it is considered as a social stature.

2) The Lunchbox

An Indian romance that roams around the life of a wife seeking her husband’s attention, a widower & the Dabbawalas of Mumbai. A mistaken delivery sparks communication between the two leads through notes in the Lunchbox, establishing a close friendship among them.

3) Paan Singh Tomar

One of the highly-appreciated films of Irrfan Khan, Paan Singh Tomar is a real-life story based on an Indian athlete going by the same name. Irrfan Khan brilliantly portrayed the life-struggles of the retired athlete turned dacoit.

4) Angrezi Medium

A sequel of the 2017-film ‘Hindi Medium,’ this film was Irrfan Khan’s final movie before his sudden demise. The film displays the beautiful father-daughter relationship when a mithai shop owner goes the extra mile to fulfil his daughter’s dream of studying in London.

5) Piku

Starring the likes of Amitabh Bacchan, Deepika Padukone & Irrfan Khan, Piku is a story of a daughter & her-elderly father. The film shows people return to their childhood during the later years of life. Irrfan who is stuck between the duo emerges out as the bridge between the two generations.

Bonus: Talvar

Playing an investigation officer in the horrendous double-murder case, Irrfan Khan emerges out as the epitome of versatility. Confronting various theories & ideas, Khan shows how a criminal can never escape the eyes of the law.