Indian cinema's prolific actor Irrfan Khan, who has left a legacy in both Indian cinema and Hollywood, passed away on Wednesday, April 29. The actor was battling neuroendocrine tumour for the past several years. He passed away at the age of 54 and was survived by his wife Sutapa, and sons Babil and Ayan.
Tributes have started pouring in for the late actor as everyone is reminiscing about his great work and the times they spent with him. Salman Khan shared a throwback photo with Irrfan Khan as they shared a happy moment at one of the award shows. Though they never worked together, he had highest regard for the Angrezi Medium actor. Taking to his social media, Salman wrote, "Big loss to the film industry, his fans, all of us n specially his family. My heart goes out to his family. May God give them strength. Rest in peace brother u shall always be missed n be in all our hearts."
Irrfan Khan's prolific work includes Salaam Bombay!, Maqbool, Paan Singh Tomar, Mumbai Meri Jaan, The Lunchbox, Haider, Piku, Talvar, The Namesake and Hindi Medium.
His international work includes movies like Jurassic World, Inferno, Life Of Pi, Slumdog Millionaire, The Amazing Spiderman, Puzzle among others.