Deepika Padukone and Irrfan Khan’s film Piku completed 5 years today. Marking the fifth anniversary of the film, Deepika posted a behind the scene picture featuring herself, late actor Irrfan Khan and director of the film, Shoojit Sircar. They can be seen enjoying a light-hearted moment and laughing. Also Read - World’s Most Squishable Face! Deepika Padukone Plants Kisses on Ranveer Singh's Cheeks, Video is Unmissable

Deepika misses Irrfan and recalling the memories of him, she penned down the lyrics of  ‘Lamhe Guzar Gaye’ from Piku. “Rest in Peace my Dear Friend…#rana #piku #bhaskor #5yearsofpiku,” Padukone wrote in the caption condoling the demise of Irrfan Khan. Also Read - FIR Against KRK Aka Kamaal R Khan For Derogatory Tweets Over Rishi Kapoor And Irrfan Khan’s Death



When Irrfan passed away, Deepika had shared a blank post, signaling towards the void that his departure created in the cinema industry. Also Read - Babil Khan Shares Memories of Irrfan Khan's 'Farmhouse Time' With Kids And Each Photo Seems Precious

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लम्हे गुज़र गये चेहरे बदल गये हम थे अंजानी राहो में पल में रुला दिया पल में हसा के फिर रह गये हम जी राहो में थोड़ा सा पानी है रंग है थोड़ी सी छावो है चुभती है आँखो में धूप ये खुली दिशाओ में और दर्द भी मीठा लगे सब फ़ासले ये कम हुए ख्वाबो से रस्ते सजाने तो दो यादो को दिल में बसाने तो दो लम्हे गुज़र गये चेहरे बदल गये हम थे अंजानी राहो में थोड़ी सी बेरूख़ी जाने दो थोड़ी सी ज़िंदगी लाखो स्वालो में ढूंधू क्या थक गयी ये ज़मीन है जो मिल गया ये आस्मा तो आस्मा से मांगू क्या ख्वाबो से रस्ते सजाने तो दो यादो को दिल में बसाने तो दो -Piku Rest in Peace my Dear Friend…💔 #rana #piku #bhaskor @shoojitsircar @juhic3 #5yearsofpiku

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Deepika and Irrfan’s chemistry in Piku was much appreciated by audiences and critics. Apart from them, megastar Amitabh Bachchan also shared the screen space.

Irrfan died on Wednesday, April 29 after a year-long battle with cancer. He was hospitalized due to colon infection and breathed his last at the Kokilaben Hospital in Mumbai. He was 54.