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Hrithik Roshan Condoles Irrfan Khan's Death, Says 'I Will Miss You'

Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan called Irrfan Khan a rare human being after the talent powerhouse breathed his last at the Kokilaben Ambani Hospital in Mumbai.

Hrithik Roshan

Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan called Irrfan Khan 'a rare human being' after the talent powerhouse breathed his last at the Kokilaben Ambani Hospital in Mumbai on April 29. Taking to Twitter, Hrithik said that he just had a “couple of conversations” with Irrfan but had a tear in his eyes while writing the message.

Read: 'A Versatile Actor': I&B Min Prakash Javadekar Expresses Condolences On Irfan Khan's Death

Outpouring of grief

The untimely demise of Irrfan Khan has caused an outpouring of grief and Bollywood celebrities are extending their condolences to the actor’s family. Irrfan had announced in 2018 that he was suffering from neuroendocrine tumour, a type of cancer. He was under treatment in the UK before his return to India last year. 

Read: 'An Irreparable Loss For Indian Cinema': Bollywood Mourns Irrfan Khan's Untimely Demise

Irrfan had shot to fame with Mira Nair’s Academy-nominated Salaam Bombay in 1988.  The turning points in his career, however, were the critically acclaimed roles in Haasil and Maqbool at the start of the millennium. Irrfan Khan had won the National Award for his work for Paan Singh Tomar. He was known for his numerous other acclaimed works in films like Haasil, Maqbool, The Namesake, The Lunchbox, Talwar, Piku and Hindi Medium that fetched him numerous awards.

Read: Actor Irrfan Khan Passes Away In Mumbai Hospital; Team Releases Statement

Read: Irrfan Khan's Spokesperson Clarifies On 'extreme Assumptions' On Health, Read Statement

 

 

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