Let’s have a look at some of the best Irrfan Khan movies throughout his career.
Irrfan Khan caught the eye of the Indian crowd with his acting splendour in the film Maqbool; released on 30th January 2004. Under the prestigious direction of Vishal Bhardwaj; this adjustment of Shakespeare’s Macbeth was a cinematic magnificence. It includes a portion of Bollywood’s splendid theatrical artists; Irrfan Khan, Tabu, Naseeruddin Shah, Pankaj Kapur, Piyush Mishra, and Om Puri. Debuted at the 2003 Toronto International Film Festival, Maqbool widely praised.
Irrfan Khan is one of the numerous Bollywood on-screen actors representing India in Hollywood and British movies. His role as a police investigator in crime drama Slumdog Millionaire by Danny Boyle’s British; based on the Mumbai’s rural areas. The film’s release was on January 23 2009. The cast includes Dev Patel, Freida Pinto, Irrfan Khan and Anil Kapoor; winning 8 honours at the 2009 Academy Awards. Despite the fact that Irrfan Khan designated a position of low profile role in this film; it was through the discussion between Irrfan Khan and Dev Patel that the tale of the whole film described. Not surprisingly, Irrfan Khan’s easy acting will basically make you experience passionate feelings for this man.
Paan Singh Tomar
A biography film of an Indian athlete is Paan Singh Tomar. The seven-time national steeplechase champion transforming into; one of the most dreaded dacoits in the Chambal Valley in the wake of resigning from his job. At 2010 British Film Institute London Film Festival, the debut of Paan Singh Tomar done. In 2012, the release of the film done in India. Irrfan Khan’s acting splendour won him the National Film Award for Best Actor. Paan Singh Tomar won National Film Award for the cinematic display of the film as Best Feature Film.
Life of Pi
In 2012, by playing the grown-up version of the lead role of Suraj Sharma; in the adventure-drama Life of Pi by Ang Lee’s; Irrfan Khan made Indians proud again. Irrfan Khan’s job as the grown-up Pi was amazingly alluring and will make you love watching this film. The film that additionally features Tabu and Adil Hussain won awards at Golden Globes. Life of Pi selected in 11 classifications at the 85th Academy Awards and won many awards.
Irrfan captured everyone’s attention in The Lunchbox; an enchanting film about a lunch put away blend that lighted an impossible friendship. The film explains the story of how desolate individuals can be in an overflowing city. The film showered with awards and recognition including a BAFTA Award nomination. The Lunchbox of Irrfan Khan was also the second-highest-grossing film