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Irrfan Khan
12/01/2016 at 06:38. Facebook
“#IrrfanKhan has gone beyond stardom and become a global inspiration”. We completely agree! ScoopWhoop

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Irrfan Khan’s Success As An Actor Is Proof That Not Everything Is Wrong With Bollywood

Attended the event #MoreToGive Walkathon organized by Fortis Healthcare and NDTV with Deepa Malik, Sunil Sukthankar, Sumitra Bhave and Anand Gandhi.. Organ Donation is something we all should sign up for.
Celebrating theatre and art with these little ones at Jashne Bachpan.. A great initiative for encouraging our young Indians to pursue their avocation and even revel in it!
Irrfan will be a part of the refugee drama ‘Lions Of The Sea’! It’s surely going to be an epic one to watch out for! The Hollywood Reporter

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Irrfan Khan Joins Refugee Drama 'Lions of the Sea'

Sometimes my thinking cap turns into an umbrella
Diwali ki sabhi ko hardik shubkamnaye :-)) #HappyDiwali to one and all !!
"And while your mind wanders trying to make sense of this gibberish, the great Irrfan Khan shows up as the Provost , the head of a consulting group that's up to no good. Happily, Khan chews into his villainous role like a ripe peach and gives Inferno a jolt of momentum that vanishes when he does." - Rolling Stone

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'Inferno' Review: Tom Hanks' Globe-Trotting Thriller Goes Up in Flames

"Best of all is Irrfan Khan, who is an absolute hoot as the head of some secret organization who takes a hands-on role after his plans backfire.Khan is beautiful here, offering a kind of exasperated annoyance and knowing arrogance that never passes into self-satire. He was one of the highlights of Jurassic World, and I hope he gets more “coolest dude in the room” roles in future big-budget...
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'Inferno' Review: Tom Hanks, Felicity Jones Anchor Cheerfully Silly Thriller

"The biggest scene stealer, however, is Indian superstar Irrfan Khan as the ass kicking, take-charge head of a “risk management” firm who gets involved when he realizes that getting involved with Foster’s billionaire was an awful idea." - The Gate

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Review: 'Inferno,' starring Tom Hanks and Felicity Jones | The GATE

"Do not forget that nothing is quite as it seems, this explained cheekily by Harry Sims (Irrfan Khan), who is, without question, the highlight of the picture. Often serving as the exposition machine at points throughout, Sims’ explanations remain general and almost sardonic in their delivery. What of the actions and motivations that have allowed this virus to emerge? “The usual shit,” Sims...
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[Review] Inferno

"Still, the best thing in “Inferno” — by a country mile — is Irrfan Khan (“Jurassic World,” “The Lunchbox”) as Mr. Sims, a.k.a. “The Provost,” an unflappably amoral fellow who heads up a black-ops security company headquartered in a high-tech yacht in the Adriatic. One minute he’s ordering Langdon’s assassination, the next he’s saving Langdon’s life, and Khan plays the character as a weary...
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Fright at the museum in ‘Inferno’ - The Boston Globe

"Irrfan Khan is particularly impressive as the head of the nefarious security firm. His performance is a mix of self-satisfaction and self-disgust, of suppressed anger with the vague but unmistakable suggestion of some buried decency, and he creates for himself some of the movie’s best moments. He also looks terrific in an impeccable gray suit." - SF Gate

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‘Inferno’ is like a vacation — a brain vacation

"the film’s greatest asset, Harry Sims (Irrfan Khan). The Indian actor is tonally incongruent with the rest of the Langdon series, and the film is better for it. As a kind of 21st Century Blackwater version of Blofeld, Khan oozes charisma and constantly threatens to elevate this into a better, sillier movie, but alas the Brown formula couldn’t be tampered with for something that interesting."...
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Inferno Review

"But the best of all is Irrfan Khan as Harry Sims, head of some kind of private black-ops private security company. Khan alone among the actors seems to be enjoying himself, and he’s terrific. You know the cliché about how an actor seems like he’s in a different movie? That applies here, and whatever the movie Khan’s in surely must be a better one." - Statesman Journal

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‘Inferno’ takes heat for being unnecessarily complicated

Irrfan Khan takes America by a storm!!

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With the beautiful ladies #KareenaKapoor and #KiranRao at the MAMI party last night !!

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Had a great time watching Mughal-e-Azam last night with friends and family. Would love to experience the dialogues and songs again.... what brilliance on stage by Feroze Abbas Khan.