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Irrfan Khan's Demise: Author Paulo Coelho Pays Tribute; Says 'A Star Joins Other Stars'

Brazilian author Paulo Coelho condoled the demise of actor Irrfan Khan, who passed away aged 53, at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital in Mumbai. Read on.

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The death of actor Irrfan Khan has shocked the entire entertainment industry. Irrfan Khan was one of the legendary actors of Bollywood. The actor broke many stereotypes and kept moving forward to not just make his name in Bollywood but also across the globe. Recently, the renowned author and novelist Paulo Coelho took to his social media handle and paid a tribute to the late actor. 

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Interestingly, Paulo Coelho shared a portrait picture of the Piku actor on April 30, 2020. In the caption, he wrote, 'star joins other stars in the sky. Thank you for everything, Irrfan Khan'. The further words of his caption were taken from the Hindu mythological book, Bhagvat Gita. The verses penned in the caption is about life and death. The caption read, - “Death is as sure for that which is born, as birth is for that which is dead. Therefore grieve not for what is inevitable.” ― Bhagavad Gita'.

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For the unversed, Irrfan Khan succumbed to a colon infection after being admitted to the ICU at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani hospital on Tuesday. He had been fighting with neuroendocrine tumour since 2018. He is survived by his wife Sutapa Sikdar and sons, Babil and Ayan.

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