The actor from the films “Slumdog Millionaire” and “Life of Pi” died Irfan Khan :: Society :: RBC

The artist died in one of the clinics in Mumbai. A few years ago, he was diagnosed with a rare disease, after which he stopped acting in films.

Irfan Khan

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Indian actor Irfan Khan, who starred in Bollywood and Hollywood, died in his 54th year of life. It is reported by NDTV.

According to him, the actor died in one of the clinics in Mumbai. He got there with an infectious disease of the colon. The day before, on April 28, the artist’s representative confirmed that he was taken to the intensive care unit.

According to the channel, in 2018, Khan was diagnosed with a neuroendocrine tumor, a rare form of cancer that can affect various parts of the body. In London, he underwent a course of treatment, after which he returned to his homeland. Against the backdrop of illness, the actor refused to shoot in films.

His family’s statement said that Khan spent the last hours of his life “surrounded by his family, which he cared for most.”

Irfan Khan began his acting career in the 1980s. His first work in the movie was the role in the film “Salam, Bombay.” Among the most popular paintings with his participation include “The Warrior”, “New York, I Love You”, “The New Spider-Man”, “Jurassic World”, “Inferno”.


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