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Irrfan Khan passed away at the age of 54 after suffering from colon infection. The actor was admitted to Kokilaben Hospital in Mumbai. He is survived by wife Sutapa Sikdar and sons Babil and Ayan. Now the cremation process has started, and the mortal remains of Irphan have reached the Kabarstan. We learned that his first family and about 20 relatives were present for the funeral. Due to coronavirus lockdown, the assembling and maas gathering is not allowed.
According to sources, his earthly body has only his immediate family members. Those who want to see him one last time are allowed only five people at a time. After visiting his remains, the other five are allowed to go inside only after five people come out. That family and police have only allowed a few selected people to come to the cemetery.
His last riots began at the cemetery.
A statement on Irrfan’s funeral read as “Irrfan was buried in Versova Kabrastan, Mumbai at 3 pm today soon after news of his demise. He had family, close relatives and friends in attendance. Everyone paid their last respects and mourned the loss of his passing. We pray for his peace, and we hope he is in a better place today. He was strong in his fight, and we all have to be too strong in this loss. The actor’s official spokesperson had released a statement on his tragic demise. It read as “Believe me, I have surrendered”; These were several words that Irrfan expressed in a heartfelt note he wrote in 2018 that his fight with cancer was opening up about. And a man of few words and an actor of silent expression with his deep-set eyes and his notable works on screen. It is said that on this day we have to bring forward the news of his demise.
The note also read that “Irrfan was a strong soul, inspired everyone who fought until the end and always came close to him.” After being hit by lightning in 2018 with news of rare cancer, he soon took life as it came and he fought the many battles that came with it. Surrounded by his love, about his family for which he cares most, he left for heavenly residency, actually left behind a legacy of his own. We all pray and hope he is at peace. And his words resonated with and for the part, he said, “As if I was tasting life for the first time, the magical side of it.” we will keep posting later proceeding at chauhansameer.com