2017 is looking quite upbeat and interesting for the much-loved B-town star, Irrfan Khan.
For him, the year has started with a bang with the much anticipated Netflix produced show by a Japanese-Canadian production – Tokyo Trials. It’s very soon become an all time favorite and a must watch for everyone in the digital world.
Just when the heat was settling, came the roaring success of Hindi Medium, one of the only successful films so far of the ongoing year proving that Irrfan has always been a part of projects with ground breaking content.
The actor has wrapped up the shooting of his next Hollywood project and is back in India, he’s already geared up to begin shooting for his next anticipated project. The project in question made huge headlines a little while ago. While much was speculated about and around it, it’s now official that the actor is joining hands with the media honcho, Ronnie Screwvala for a brand new project under the banner of RSVP, Ronnie’s new film production venture. The film is currently untitled and will have Irrfan and another leading actor paired with him in the film.
The film is currently untitled and will have Irrfan Khan and another leading actor to be his co-star in the film. Set to be directed by Akarsh Khurana the film tells the tale of three characters from different walks of life who have come together on a somewhat bizarre journey, which in turn helps them find some normalcy in their lives.
Living up to his style of always choosing on rather interesting roles, Irrfan will essay the character of a conservative yet quirky, simple and opinionated Urdu poetry lover. Much is heard about how he will continue to delight the audiences with his unique sense of comic timing, something which has made him rather beloved.
The film is set to begin its shooting at the end of this month just after Irrfan Khan returns from the World-premiere of Anup Singh‘s The Song of Scorpions at the Locarno Film Festival.
When asked Irrfan Khan for a comment he said,“I’m excited to be collaborating with Ronnie again. It’s a fun character for me to play and rather interesting project to be a part of.”