Mumbai Police's Twitter account has created buzz with its filmy replies to the Bollywood stars in the recent past. After losing gems of the film industry- Rishi Kapoor and Irrfan Khan they too paid their tributes to these legends via their tweets. Following their heartfelt tweets, yesterday came a tweet, which remembered the late actor Irrfan Khan in a light-hearted way. Sharing a meme of Irrfan on their official twitter account, they silently pushed the envelope urging people to stay indoors.
The meme has text mentioned about two things which one can do during the lockdown, carrying Irrfan’s expressions to it. While one suggestion is loitering around during the lockdown, which Irrfan is not in agreement with, while the other suggestion has watching the late actor’s movie back-to-back where we have his smiling image, agreeing with us.
Their tweet read, “Re-Meme-Bering Irrfan You have given the world many ways & means to keep you alive in our memories! #RememberingIrrfan #StayHome #StaySafe #TributeToTheLegend #RIPIrrfanKhan”
Re-Meme-Bering Irrfan— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) April 30, 2020
You have given the world many ways & means to keep you alive in our memories! #RememberingIrrfan #StayHome #StaySafe #TributeToTheLegend #RIPIrrfanKhan pic.twitter.com/cxQfmrcKOA
The actor was detected with neuroendocrine tumor back in 2018, post which he flew to the UK for treatment and returned to India in February 2019. ALSO READ: Irrfan Khan's Family Keeps His Twitter Account Alive, Wife Sutapa Sikdar, Sons Babil-Ayaan Khan Post Heart-Wrenching letter
The actor breathed his last at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital on April 28, 2020. Later he was laid to rest in Mumbai in presence of his family and close ones from the industry amidst of the lockdown implemented due to COVID-19.
The actor is survived by wife Sutapa Sikdar and sons Babil and Ayan Khan.
Image Source: Instagram/irrfan
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