Sahabzade Irrfan Ali Khan likewise famously known as Irrfan Khan is a bollywood superstar. He got acknowledgment for his parts in The Warrior (2001), Maqbool (2003), Haasil (2004), The Namesake (2006), A Mighty Heart (2007), Slumdog Millionaire (2008), Billu (2009), New York (2009) and Vodafone advertisements. He has won two Filmfare Awards, a Screen Actors Guild Award, and an Independent Spirit Award.
Khan was born and raised in Jaipur, India. His mother name is Begum and she was from some Tonk Hashim family. His father was known by the name of Jagirdaar. His father was actually from Kahjuriya village. His father Late Jagirdar was a business person who has four children, three sons and a daughter. He was naturally introduced to a Muslim Nawab crew. He was contemplating for his M.A. degree when he earned a grant to learn at National School of Drama (NSD) in New Delhi in 1984.
Subsequent to graduating in 1987, Khan moved to Mumbai, where he acted in various TV serials like ‘Chanakya’,’Sara Jahan Hamara’ ‘Banegi Apni Baat’ and “Chandrakanta” (Doordarshan), ‘Star Bestsellers’ (Star Plus), Sparsh, and so on. He was the primary reprobate in an arrangement called Darr (which broadcast on Star Plus), where he assumed the part of a psycho serial executioner, inverse Kay Menon. He additionally assumed the part of well known progressive Urdu writer and Marxist political lobbyist of India Makhdoom Mohiuddin in Kahkashan delivered by Ali Sardar Jafri.
Theater and TV kept him above water until Mira Nair offered him a cameo in Salaam Bombay (1988) however his part was altered out in the last moment. In the 1990s he showed up in the basically acclaimed film Ek Doctor Ki Maut and Such a Long Journey (1998) and different movies which went unnoticed. After numerous unsuccessful movies, things changed when London-based chief Asif Kapadia gave him the lead in The Warrior, a chronicled film finished in 11 weeks on local people in Himachal Pradesh and Rajasthan. In 2001 The Warrior raged in worldwide film celebrations making Irrfan Khan a known face, world over.
In 2003 he acted in Indian conceived author executive, Asvin Kumar’s short film, Road to Ladakh. After the film got rave surveys at universal celebrations, the film is presently being made into a full length highlight, again featuring Irrfan Khan. That same year he assumed the title part in the discriminatingly acclaimed Maqbool, an adjustment of Shakespeare’s Macbeth.
His first Bollywood fundamental lead part came in 2005 with film Rog. From that point he showed up in a few movies either assuming the main part or a supporting part as a reprobate. In 2004 he won the Filmfare Best Villain Award for his part in film Haasil.
In 2007, he showed up in the movies hits Metro, for which he got a Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award, and The Namesake, which was a hit abroad. They were firmly trailed by his appearance in the universal movies A Mighty Heart and The Darjeeling Limited.
Indeed, even subsequent to turning into an effective on-screen character in bollywood, he has not disjoined his ties with TV. He used to stay a show ‘Mano ya na mano’ (airing on Star One). He had facilitated another system called “Kya Kahen” which was on the comparable lines of Mano Ya Na Mano like Superstition and Extra Sensory Perception and so on.
Now he is one of some lucky artist who has received the Padma Shri Award by the Indian Government. It was in the time of 23rd Feb 1995 when he got married with Sutapa Sikdar. She is a writer by profession. She used to be his NSD fellow graduate. Both of them have also two cutest sons.Their names are Ayan and Babil. it was told by his wife that Irfan has all the time stayed much focused. He normally avoids gossiping. Irfan Khan like to wake up till late in the morning, he reads atleast one of the Hollywood scripts on a per day basis. He reads all of his roles thoroughly so that he can be in that character with perfection. His son Ayan has made a Hollywood debut by playing a cameo role in the film Life of Pi.