Top motivational and inspirational quotes of Irrfan Khan

Here is the list of some of the most inspirational and motivational quotes of Irrfan Khan.

Irrfan Khan was an Indian actor and producer who was best known for his work in Hindi films. He has also appeared in British and Hollywood films.. Khan screen debut in Salaam Bombay, a minor role that was preceded by years of struggle. He made his debut with leading roles in the storylines Haasil and Maqbool after featuring in the British film The Warrior.  He appeared in popular films such as Ek Doctor Ki Maut, Such a Long Journey, and others in the 1990s. In 2007, Irrfan Khan starred in the box office success ‘Life in a Metro.’ Khan has appeared in films such as The Warrior, The Namesake , The Darjeeling Limited, Slumdog Millionaire, New York, I Love You, The Amazing Spider-Man , Life of Pi, Jurassic World, and Inferno. He  died of a colon infection on April 29, 2020, at the age of 53.

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When Irrfan Khan first arrived in Bombay, he served as an air conditioner technician, and one of the homes he reached to repair an air conditioner was Rajesh Khanna’s. Irrfan Khan’s father owned a tyre company, and his mother was a stay-at-home mom. He’s the star who’s made a name for himself on the big screen. His rise to fame from rags to riches was not easy, but his popularity is a testament to his tenacity and persistence.

Here are some of Irrfan’s most thought-provoking quotations.

  • “Your work speaks more than anything else.”
  •  “Wanting fame is a disease, and one day I will want to be free from this disease, from this desire. Where fame doesn’t matter. Where just experiencing life and being okay with it is enough.”
  •  “Language does not make one an elite.”
  • “The sign of good society is where talent is respected.”
  • ”I’ve never looked to create an image where people fall in love with my face or style. It does cross my mind. But I’ve been trying to create a space for myself where I don’t depend on that.”
  • When you are young you are fascinated by so many things. Some things drop, some stay. I can be without anything but I cannot be without nature.”

In 2011, he was honoured with Padma Shri, India’s fourth-highest civilian honour, for his contribution to the field of arts. He won a National Award for the film “PAN SINGH TOMAR.” He is the first Bollywood actor to appear in two Academy Award-winning films, Slumdog Millionaire (2008) and Life of Pi (2012).

Irrfan has brought us unforgettable characters again and again, each one more special than the other, displaying an exceptional collection of performances.
When it comes to Irrfan’s film career, words truly fall by the wayside, from Haasil to Pan Singh Tomar, Maqbool to The Lunchbox, Piku to Madaari. Irrfan’s fame stems from more than just his acting but rather  has a mature perspective on film, literature, and the world we live in.

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