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“Now That You Have Salman Khan, Don’t Forget Me”: Ali Abbas Zafar Recalls Irrfan Khan’s Words



Similar to right this moment, yesterday too was one the saddest days in Indian cinema as a maverick actor, Irrfan Khan, handed away. His premature demise left everybody shocked however as one in all his movie’s title suggests, ‘Yeh Saali Zindagi’ (life is a b*tch). Celebs from all the world over have been sharing their reminiscences concerning the versatile performer and right this moment, director Ali Abba Zafar too shared his unforgettable expertise working with the Angrezi Medium actor.

Ali and Irrfan labored collectively for Gunday. It additionally featured Ranveer Singh, Arjun Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra in lead. Talking about his expertise, Ali quoted, “I’ve been lucky to have labored with a variety of actors and Irrfan is phenomenal, I can’t say he was. Whereas taking pictures for Gunday I might usually inform him, I can’t take my eyes off your eyes. He had such expressive massive eyes we might joke about how massive they’re for the digicam,” stories PTI.

"Now That You Have Salman Khan, Don't Forget Me," Ali Abbas Zafar Recalls Irrfan Khan's Words
“Now That You Have Salman Khan, Don’t Neglect Me,” Ali Abbas Zafar Recollects Irrfan Khan’s Phrases

“I keep in mind he had mentioned, ‘much less is extra on digicam the extra restrained you’re the higher.’ He is an excellent actor and he made all the things look so convincing. I labored with him after I was pretty younger, it was my second movie. All this has stayed with me,” Ali added.

He recalled the incident when Irrfan pulled his leg. He mentioned, “Even after Gunday we might discuss over the cellphone usually and he would inform me, write one thing for me additionally, now that you’ve got Salman Khan don’t overlook me, write for me.”

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Ali additional expressed his grief over the dying of the irreplaceable performer. “It’s fairly unhappy and it occurred swiftly. It’s a nice loss for the movie fraternity not solely in India however internationally. We are going to miss him. He has gone too quickly. I had a good time working with him. He was a fantastic man, with a fantastic sense of humour, cherished tales, meals, we had some nice conversations,” he signed off.

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