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Chris Pratt recalls Jurassic World co-star Irrfan Khan as “gorgeous, so forceful, such a unique combo.”

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Chris Pratt, who co-starred with Irrfan Khan in Jurassic World, described the late actor as “elegant, strong, and a unique blend of strength and gentleness.”

Irrfan Khan was one of the few Indian performers to successfully crossover from Bollywood to Hollywood, while his unique acting talents broke down stereotypes about brown people in the West. He appeared in major Hollywood blockbusters such as Jurassic World, Inferno, and The Amazing Spider-Man. Chris Pratt pays respect to the Bollywood actor after his death in 2020. In a recent interview, he recalled Irrfan as graceful, forceful, and possessing a unique blend of strength and gentleness. Also Read – Today’s Hollywood News: Amber Heard and Johnny Depp ‘putting up an act in court,’ BTS’ Jungkook’s Stay Alive reaches new heights, and more
He had a certain grace about him. He was also quite strong. It’s an uncommon mix to find such power in such tenderness. And that’s what I mean by elegant — he could do so little while yet accomplishing so much. Simply by his mere presence and magnetism, he would bring to a part. One small brow flick, or one tiny little action, was so strong (sighs), “He informed TOI.

Chris went to Twitter in 2020 to express his grief about Irrfan’s death. He’d written: “I was shocked to learn of the death of movie classic @irrfank. In Jurassic World, Irrfan Khan played the part of Masrani. He was a wonderful performer and person. He will be greatly missed.”

Irrfan was recognized during the “In Memoriam” montage during the 93rd Academy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles. He achieved international acclaim for his work on films such as The Warrior, The Namesake, Slumdog Millionaire, The Amazing Spider-Man, Life Of Pi, Jurassic World, and Inferno. He died away on April 29, 2020, in Mumbai at the age of 53 after a two-year fight with neuroendocrine cancer.

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