Yesterday morning, the owners got to know the sad news that the icon of Bollywood and star of “Jurassic World”, Irrfan Khan, had died at the age of 53 years. The reports indicated that Khan apparently died after having been admitted to the hospital for an infection of the colon. Khan, who was diagnosed with a rare neuroendocrine tumour in 2018, lost his mother last week.
Although the name of the interpreter it is not so recognized, his face is quite familiar to film lovers, having made his career in various degrees of renown. Khan starred in indian films like “Salaam Bombay”, “The warrior”, winner of the BAFTA, of Asif Kapadia, and “Paan Singh Tomar”.
His credits in Hollywood included “life of Pi”, “Hell” and co-producing the Oscar-winning Danny Boyle, “Slumdog Millionaire”. The film’s star, Chris Pratt, who shared screen with him in “Jurassic World”, turned to their social networks in the last few hours to honor the memory and say goodbye to the actor.
“So sad to hear about the death of the screen legend @irrfank. Irrfan Khan played Masrani in Jurassic World. He was an actor exquisite and human. You will be missed”said the actor. “I never knew that it was going to be popular all over the world in a way that is so big, with the Oscars and all that,” said Khan in an interview to CNN in 2015.
The interpreter, he spent much of his life in secondary roles in the U.S. despite having star power in your country. Played several of these roles until his death, inspiring the indian community. In the last hour has received countless tributes from both colleagues and admirers on-line, as politics and the world stage.