- Without taking names, Sutapa Sikdar addressed the “messiah of outsiders”
- “He didn’t waste time gossiping about people,” he said of Irrfan.
- “Nor was he depressed,” he added.
Sutapa Sikdar, wife of the late actor Irrfan Khan, in a lengthy post on Facebook, he shared his views on the internal-external debate that has left Bollywood shocked and shaken in recent months. Sutapa Sikdar clarified that his post is in no way related to actor Sushant Singh Rajput, who died on June 14. Sutapa Sikdar began its publication with this basic question: “Who is a stranger?” and said that the line between the so-called “internal” and “external” in the Hindi film industry is often blurred: “The whole area is gray.” Without taking names, he turned to the “outsider messiah” and said, “Enough with this! These inside-out theories work only in design magazines.”
In his second part of the post, Sutapa wrote that following the commonly perceived meaning of the term “outsider”, Irrfan Khan could have been one too, only he chose not to be categorized. “In these kinds of crusader words, Irrfan could also be an ‘outsider’. But he wasn’t, he chose to be. What he was an objective witness to this jamboree called Bollywood.” His stage revealed that Irrfan was not invited to showbiz parties and did not initially receive front-page magazine coverage, but “he did not waste time gossiping about people or speaking badly. Nor did he get depressed. To be”. part of it until he got the cover and did it. “
“It’s a simple thing: nobody owns Bollywood until, or unless you think there are some people who own this industry. Bollywood couldn’t do anything to get Irrfan to get offers from Hollywood,” Sutapa Sikdar wrote in his post. Irrfan Khan was part of international projects such as The Namesake, Life of Pi, Inferno, Slumdog Millionaire, Inferno, Jurassic World, The Amazing Spider-Man Y The warrior.
Irrfan Khan died on April 29 after a two-year battle with cancer. Leave an impressive legacy dotted with critically acclaimed gems.s. There is no summary of Irrfan Khan’s accomplishments in a list, but his best films include The Lunchbox, Maqbool, Haider, Piku, The Warrior, Paan Singh Tomar, Talvar Y Qissa.