‘Life of Pie’ on-screen character Irrfan Khan spent away yesterday, on April 29 April, at 53 years old. The entertainer, who had been fighting malignant growth since two years, died in Mumbai in the wake of being admitted to the medical clinic daily previously. Mollywood’s too capable entertainer Fahadh Faasil has written an ardent note, grieving the end of Irrfan Khan. Fahadh uncovered that he owes his profession to Irrfan Khan as the late on-screen character has affected him a great deal.
The on-screen character likewise included that it was an incredible misfortune to not have met Irrfan Khan face to face. “Today, I lament not warmly greeting him. I ought to have quite recently gone to Bombay and met him,” Fahadh wrote.
In his note, Fahadh likewise underscored that he wouldn’t have come this far in his profession in the event that he hadn’t got the DVD and viewed ‘Yun Hota Toh Kya Hota’ in which Irrfan Khan made a marvelous presentation. “I feel obliged to him. I have a feeling that I owe my profession to him. I don’t figure I would have come this far on the off chance that I hadn’t got that DVD and viewed an entertainer who transformed me,” Fahadh composed closing the note.