Irrfan Khan donated for COVID-19 patients, actor’s friend from Jaipur reveals
First Published 30, May 2020, 1:52 PM
Irrfan Khan's close friend and neighbour from Jaipur spoke about his kindness a month after his death
A month ago, we lost one of the talented actors of Bollywood - Irrfan Khan. People who know him say he is an extraordinary human being, who entertained many with his uninterrupted acting skills and always stretched a helping hand towards the needy.
According to a media report, remembering the actor, a close friend and neighbour from Jaipur, Ziaullah, revealed how the late actor always indulged in charity silently and made sure that no news about the same came out in the media. Ziaullah spoke about Irrfan Khan and his donation for COVID-19 patients.
As per the report, Ziaullah said, “With the coronavirus situation, we were creating funds to help people. When we spoke to his brother, he was ready to help and even Irrfan helped us with funds for poor people. His only clause was nobody should know that he has helped. As a family, they believe that the right hand shouldn’t know what the left hand has given. For him, it was more important that people feel relieved.”
Ziaullah added that the late actor never showed any celebrity tantrum and used to speak to people and try to know about their problems.
Irrfan Khan was suffering from the neuroendocrine tumour and was being treated for the same in New York. The talented actor died on April 29 in Mumbai’s Kokilaben Hospital.