We just lost a gem. We are speechless.
The demise of our dearest Irrfan Khan is a personal loss for everyone who has admired great cinema. Through his movies, acting legend Irrfan not only entertained us but also gave us powerful lessons and inspired us to lead a meaningful life.
Let’s recall some of the eternal dialogues from his movies, praying for his peaceful afterlife.
Death and shit … these two things can come to anyone, anywhere, anytime. (Piku, 2015)
The key to a happy life is to accept you are never actually in control. (Jurassic World, 2015)
I suppose in the end, the whole of life becomes an act of letting go. (Life of Pi, 2012)
Sometimes the wrong train takes you to the right destination. (The Lunchbox, 2013)
Relationships don’t come with a guarantee card. (Life In A… Metro, 2007)
The bigger the person is … the less places he has for hiding. (Kasoor, 2001)
Luck has one important aspect … that it changes. (Gunday, 2014)
A person makes a wrong decision when his time is not right. (New York, 2009)
Everyone has to go empty handed, money doesn’t go with anyone, it stays behind. (Chocolate, 2005)
The intoxication of money is more dangerous than the intoxication of drugs. (Kasoor, 2001)
Life is very busy these days. There are too many people, and everyone wants what the other has. (The Lunchbox, 2013)
We miss you, Irrfan sir! Thank you for everything!
PS: Which is your favorite Irrfan Khan dialogue? Share in the comment section.