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Irrfan Khan Book by ‘Song of Scorpions’ Filmmaker Anup Singh

“Irrfan: Dialogues with the Wind,” a book about the experiences of Geneva-based filmmaker Anup Singh who directed the late Indian actor Irrfan Khan in two acclaimed films — “Qissa: The Tale of a Lonely Ghost” (2013) and “The Song of Scorpions” (2017) — will be published by Copper Coin on Feb. 14. Khan, India’s then best-known actor globally with credits including “Slumdog Millionaire” (2008) “Life of Pi” (2012) and “The Lunchbox” (2013), died in 2020. The book was revealed on Jan. 7, on what would have been Khan’s 54th birthday.
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Vicky Kaushal: Every shot, every take of ‘Sardar Udham’ is a tribute to Irrfan Khan

Mumbai, Oct 9 (SocialNews.XYZ) Actor Vicky Kaushal along with director Shoojit Sircar will be seen as special guests on 'The Kapil Sharma Show'. The director-actor duo came to the sets to promote their new film 'Sardar Udham', in which Vicky Kaushal plays the titular character that was once set to be visualised on Irrfan Khan. The actor in the show proclaimed himself to be a fan of late actor Irrfan Khan.
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Irrfan Khan Was An Awesome Co-Star Says Neil Nitin Mukesh As New York Clocks 12 Years

Actor Neil Nitin Mukesh took to his social media and celebrated 12 years of Newyork and working with late Irrfan Khan in the multi-starrer drama. Kabir Khan directorial under the banner Yash Raj Films, the film starred John Abraham, Katrina Kaif, Neil Nitin Mukesh, Irrfan Khan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui, and tells a story about 3 friends studying at the fictional New York......
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From ‘Jurassic Park’ to ‘Slumdog,’ the 7 best movies with Irrfan Khan

Movie fans may not know who Irrfan Khan was but they've probably seen him more times than they realize. The Indian actor racked up more than 150 credits before he died last year at age 53. Many of his Bollywood movies didn't make it to the U.S. but he starred in such Hollywood blockbusters as "The Amazing Spider-Man" and "Jurassic Park," playing not so much bad guys as bad-adjacent guys. His credits include a bunch of smaller dramas but he may be best known for playing a tormented patient who's dissatisfied with his arranged marriage on the third season of HBO's "In Treatment," the fourth season of which premiered Sunday.
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From 'Jurassic World' to 'Slumdog,' the 7 best movies with Irrfan Khan

Movie fans may not know who Irrfan Khan was but they've probably seen him more times than they realize. The Indian actor racked up more than 150 credits before he died last year at age 53. Many of his Bollywood movies didn't make it to the U.S. but he starred in such Hollywood blockbusters as "The Amazing Spider-Man" and "Jurassic World," playing not so much bad guys as bad-adjacent guys. His credits include a bunch of smaller dramas but he may be best known for playing a tormented patient who's dissatisfied with his arranged marriage on the third season of HBO's "In Treatment," the fourth season of which premieres Sunday.
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