Angelina Jolie becomes emotional over Irrfan Khan, says- I miss her smile

Angelina Jolie becomes emotional over Irrfan Khan, says- I miss her smile

In addition to Angelina Jolie, many Hollywood celebrities, including Bryce Dallas Howard, Natalie Portman, mourned the demise of Bollywood actor Irrfan Khan.

Los Angeles. Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie mourned the death of actor Irrfan Khan, who co-starred in the film 'A Mighty Heart', saying that he was a very generous person. Actor Irfan Khan died on Wednesday at the age of 54 in a hospital in Mumbai. He was suffering from cancer for the last two years. Jolie played the role of Marianne, widow of American journalist Daniel Pearl, while Irrfan was playing Zeeshan Kazmi (Karachi Police Chief) in the film.

Jolie said that working with the actor was an 'achievement'. The actress praised Khan's commitment to the work and said that as an artiste he was very sincere, making it easy to work with him in any scene. The actress said, 'I remember her commitment and the more she remembers her smile. My condolences to his family, friends and his fans all over the world including India. "

Many Hollywood celebrities including Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard remember Irrfan Khan
Many Hollywood celebrities, including Bryce Dallas Howard, Natalie Portman, mourned the demise of Bollywood actor Irrfan Khan. The 54-year-old actor, who was battling cancer, died on Wednesday in a hospital in Mumbai. Khan's body was consigned to Versova's cemetery.

Chris Pat, who worked with Irrfan in the film 'Jurassic World', said, "I am saddened to hear of the demise of Irfan, a great artist on the big screen. Irrfan played the role of Masrani in 'Jurassic World'. He was an outstanding actor and human being. Will miss him.

While sharing the pictures with Irrfan, the film's actress Howard said, "Irfan, you were a great great person. I will miss you These pictures are from the first day and last day of shooting and I am fortunate to have had the opportunity to spend time with you. Love you and your family. ”The film's director Colin Trevorro also remembered Irrfan.

He wrote, "It is sad to lose Irrfan Khan. A sensitive person, who used to find beauty in everything around him, even in pain. Hollywood actress Natalie Portman also remembered Irrfan Khan. The two had worked together in the film 'New York, I Love You'.

The actress shared a picture with Irrfan on Instagram and wrote, "My love to all Irrfan's loved ones." He praised her art by remembering filmmaker Mark Webb. In the film 'The Amazing Spider-Man', Irrfan worked under the direction of Mark.

Oscar-winning filmmaker Ang Lee also recalled Khan as "a great artist, a true human being and a warrior". The two worked together in the 2012 film 'Life of Pi'. Indian-origin Hollywood actress Mindy Kaling, French actor Omar Sai and web series 'Suits' actor Gabriel Mact also mourned his death.

International media expressed grief over the demise of Rishi Kapoor
International media expressed grief over the demise of Rishi Kapoor on Thursday, calling him the romantic hero of Bollywood and said that he was the prince who ruled the hearts in modern India. Kapoor breathed his last at a hospital in Mumbai on Thursday at the age of 67 after struggling with leukemia for two years.

The British media described him as the romantic hero of Bollywood and recalled his first major role in the film 'Bobby' as a major presence in 1973. The Guardian wrote, "He was about to steal the heart of the audience with his big heart, soft nature and his character. His death is another sad day for Indian cinema. ''

The BBC wrote that he played romantic roles in dozens of films for two decades and then successfully stepped into successful character roles. She wrote, "He was a skilled dancer and some of his film songs are still very popular today."

BBC said that Kapoor commented on controversial issues and sometimes even hotly debated on social media. His last tweet appealed to the people not to attack the medical personnel fighting the corona virus. He wrote, "We have to win this fight together."

Describing Rishi Kapoor as one of the most popular actors in Bollywood's most iconic families, the New York Times wrote that he was known as a romantic hero. Russian media wrote that Rishi Kapoor, the son of these legendary actor-director Raj Kapoor and grandson of Prithviraj Kapoor, achieved tremendous success in 1973 with the film "Bobby".

Rishi Kapoor went to his native place 'Kapoor Haveli' in Peshawar in 1990 where his grandfather Prithviraj and his father Raj Kapoor were born. The Kapoor family came to India in 1947 after the partition of India. The news of his demise triggered a wave of mourning in Peshawar. Many people went to Kapoor Haveli to express their grief over his death.

Parvez Ahmed, a resident of Peshawar, said, "We had no relation with Rishi Kapoor but I liked him as a film hero because of my childhood and his connection to my birth place." Many Pakistani stars have Also expressed grief over his death on social media. Jeba Bakhtiar, who made her Bollywood debut with the film Hina, shared her photo with the actor on Instagram. Rishi Kapoor was in an important role in Hina. Jeba described him as his guide, inspiration and friend.

Former Pakistan fast bowler Waqar Younus wrote, "Heartbroken. Horrible week for world cinema. An era has come to an end with your death but you will remain in our hearts ... "Former cricketer and fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar wrote," This life is a pain, this life is a medicine too. Don't know to break your heart, even know to add heart to it. Very sad to hear of Rishi Kapoor's death.

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