Actor Irrfan Khan is currently gearing up for the release of Angrezi Medium. The film holds emotional value for both the audience and the team considering Irrfan shot for this Dinesh Vijan directorial while undergoing treatment for cancer in the US. While Irrfan is not running on a marathon schedule to promote the film due to health reasons, he is still available for quick interactions about Angrezi Medium. In his latest interview with Times of India, Irrfan revealed how his character in the film makes some decisions that he always wanted his mothers to make for him when he was growing up. Also Read - Entertainment News today, March 6: Radhika Madan Reveals She Said 'Hello Papa' to Irrfan Khan on Their First Meeting
Irrfan said his character is a person who lets his daughter fly and goes beyond his limits to ensure she’s happy and fulfilled in life. However, in real life, he himself had to sacrifice his dreams when he was growing up and he now thinks that his mother should not have stopped him from chasing his dreams. The actor added that he was quite hurt after his mother decided to allow him to leave her and that resulted in a dream that couldn’t be fulfilled. Also Read - Irrfan Khan's Emotional Statement About Wife Sutapa Das: If I Get to Live, I Want to Live For Her
Irrfan was quoted saying, “The crisis is of the father, not of the child, in this scenario. My mother was sure she wanted me not to chase my dream and stay with her, which, I recall, gave me a lot of heartache. The culmination of Champak’s decision is perhaps what I would have wanted my mother to do. Let the child fly!” The actor went on to say that the entire experience of working on Angrezi Medium was quite special because he had approached acting like never before for this one. Also Read - Angrezi Medium Trailer Reactions: There is Something so Innocent And Pure About Irrfan Khan’s Film
Irrfan has teamed up with Radhika Madan, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Deepak Dobriyal, Kiku Sharda and Pankaj Tripathi among others for the film. Angrezi Medium is set for release on March 13.