8 Irrfan Khan Dialogues To Live By

Just when we think that 2020 can’t get any worse, 29th April happened. The day of the demise of one of the best actors of our times, Irrfan Khan. 

He was 53. 

Just 53!!!

Wait, this isn’t about how soon he died. Or maybe, it is. 

Okay see, I get that his time had come and death is inevitable and all that but I’ve never felt so sad after any celebrity’s demise. This feels like a personal loss.


Anyway, all the social media platforms like Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook are flooding with his best performances, his best dialogues, and with RIP posts but there’s one thing no one’s talking about. The art of living your life fully that I learned from Irrfan Khan. 


With his characters and his interviews, he has always given this message of living your life to the fullest, and thus, I can’t help but share these 8 Irrfan Khan dialogues or quotes to live by: 

"The key to a happy life is to accept you are never actually in control."
"Sometimes the wrong train takes you to the right destination."
"Pack a pillow and blanket and see as much of the world as you can"
"Life is busy these days, everyone wants what the other has."
"Kismat Ki Ek Khaas Baat Hoti Hai Ki Wo Palatti Hai"


"It’s important in life to conclude things properly. Only then can you let go. Otherwise, you are left with words you should have said but never did, and your heart is heavy with remorse."
"Ik baar to yun hoga, thoda sa sukoon hoga, na dil mein kasak hogi, na sar mein junoon hoga"
"You must take life the way it comes at you and make the best of it."

RIP Irrfan sir, you’ll be missed.

P.S. Do let me know in the comments below, if I’ve missed any of his major dialogues.


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