Salman Khan on Irrfan Khan's untimely demise: My heart goes out to his family | Memsaab.com

Back in 2018, Irrfan Khan was diagnosed with Neuroendocrine tumour and had to leave for his treatment. This piece of news truly shocked all his fans. He was traveling back and forth owning to his professional commitments and also did some films in these two years like Black Mail, Karwaan, and Angrezi Medium.

When the news of him being admitted to the Kokilaben hospital broke, fans became a lot more worried and prayed for his speedy recovery.

When the news of him being admitted to the Kokilaben hospital broke, fans became a lot more worried and prayed for his speedy recovery.
In This Image: Salman Khan, Irrfan Khan
He was admitted due to colon infection. And today, he breathed his last and passed away, leaving behind only and only memories. Irrfan Khan's acting prowess was known to all, his fans, friends, family, and the film industry. Everyone has expressed their pain at the loss of such a towering personality, and now Salman Khan has also taken to his social media account to do the same.
 

Sharing a candid moment from the red carpet of an award ceremony, his words could surely leave you teary-eyed.

Sharing a candid moment from the red carpet of an award ceremony, his words could surely leave you teary-eyed.
In This Image: Salman Khan, Irrfan Khan
He wrote, "Big loss to the film industry, his fans, all of us n specially his family. My heart goes out to his family. May God give them strength. Rest in peace brother u shall always be missed n be in all our hearts."

Salman Khan and Irrfan Khan never worked together, but it was impossible for anyone not to be aware of his craft and charming aura.

Salman Khan and Irrfan Khan never worked together, but it was impossible for anyone not to be aware of his craft and charming aura.
In This Image: Salman Khan, Irrfan Khan
2020 is surely not turning out to be the year we all expected or wanted. Nearly the entire Bollywood brigade took to their social media accounts and paid their condolences. One of the first few people to come out was Amitabh Bachchan, who shared screen space with him in the 2015 comedy, Piku. May his soul Rest in Peace!