5 Places Irrfan Made Us Want to Visit With His Movies

5 places irrfan made us want to visit with his movies

The year 2020 brought with it a lot of shocks and heartbreaks. The very untimely death of Irrfan, actor extraordinaire of international fame, jolted the world of movie fans throughout the world. On his first death anniversary, we remember the man who could play chalk and cheese with the same effortless ease, in the OT way: through places the actor made everyone want to visit through his diverse body of work. Here’s our top 5:

Taj Mahal in The NamesakePerhaps one of the finest movies starring Irrfan, this soul-stirring work of art by Mira Nair quite poignantly depicts the cross-cultural experiences and exploration of India’s incredible heritage of Ashok (Irrfan) and Ashima’s (Tabu) son Gogoi (Kal Penn), as the story oscillates between the United States and India. We get to see iconic sights from New York and Kolkata in the movie, but it is the family’s trip to the majestic Taj Mahal that gives the audiences major wanderlust. Irrfan’s Ashok taking pictures of his family on a film camera is basically every Indian dad from the nineties. 

Gangtok in Qarib Qarib SinglleFrom offering his fingers to crack to a nervous Parvathy and lovingly getting her to puke into his lap as she gets mountain sickness to asking her to share her bottle of water with him in the final cable-car scene, Irrfan channels his effortless charm in the road-trip rom-com Qarib Qarib Singlle…

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