Irrfan Khan, one of the most talented performers in Indian cinema, has always distinguished out for his acting prowess and film preferences; it’s little wonder he’s a National Award-winning actor.
Irrfan’s three-decade acting career saw him make an impact on the business through his performances as well as by making sure that each role he played was unique.
He worked on many movies, including The Lunchbox, Life of Pie, and Paan Singh Tomar. And he gave the audience parts they will never forget. We have included a handful of the late actor Irrfan Khan’s films in his honor. Look at this.
Irrfan Khan in Piku
Piku, which starred Deepika Padukone, Amitabh Bachchan, and Irrfan Khan, was a hilarious film. The plot continues when Piku and her father, Bhaskor Banerjee (Deepika Padukone and Amitabh Bachchan), an elderly man who is preoccupied with his physical ailments, decide to take a road journey from Delhi to Kolkata.
The owner of a cab company named Rana (Irrfan Khan) then joins them and drives them on their journey while developing a bond with them. Irrfan’s character undoubtedly made the movie humorous.
Irrfan Khan and Nimrat Kaur appear in this love story, which begins with the renowned Mumbai tiffin services. Nimrat Kaur’s character, Ila, a housewife, makes a special lunchbox for her husband that ends up being sent to Saajan, an almost-retired widower played by Irrfan Khan.
Ila adds a note to the lunchbox the following day out of curiosity over her husband’s lack of response, which sparks an unexpected interaction between the two. Without ever actually meeting, Saajan and Ila communicate about their happiness and sorrows.
Irrfan Khan in Talvar
Based on India’s infamous double murder case, Meghna Gulzar’s Talvar tells the story of teenager Shruti Tandon and her domestic help Khempal. They are killed and discovered by Shruti’s parents Ramesh (Neeraj Kabi) and Nutan (Konkona Sen).
Ashwin Kumar (Irrfan Khan), who is investigating the case, is determined to find the murderer. Because of how convincingly Irrfan performed the role, viewers were able to identify with the character’s feelings throughout the movie.
One of Irrfan’s most commercially successful movies to date is Hindi Medium. The movie, which Saket Chaudhary directed, discusses social themes like class inequality and demeaning attitudes toward non-English speakers.
The plot centers on Mita (Saba Qamar) and Raj Batra (Irrfan Khan), a wealthy Delhi couple from Chandni Chowk who are trying to enroll their daughter in an English-medium school. They have a significant language barrier, and the affluent snobs won’t let them blend in.
Irrfan’s final film, Angrezi Medium, will always hold particular significance. The narrative focuses on Tarika Bansal, the daughter of Champak Bansal (Irrfan Khan) (Radhika Madan). Taking care of his daughter, who is about to graduate from high school and start a new scholastic adventure, is Champak’s entire universe.
Tarika aspires to travel and study abroad, unlike her father. Champak, a devoted parent, promises to go above and beyond to send his daughter to her ideal institution. This just serves to demonstrate his fatherly affection for his daughter and to reframe their bond. The father-daughter relationship is well portrayed in the movie.