When Tom Hanks ‘hated’ his Inferno co-star Irrfan Khan and wanted to copy him

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Tom Hanks turns 64 today. He is one of the most respected actors. He’s not just a great actor but a nice human being. Many people have spoken about his kindness. At a past event, the actor revealed that he was impressed by his Inferno co-star, Irrfan Khan. He said, “Here’s what I hate about Irrfan Khan. I always think I’m the coolest guy in the room, and everybody’s hanging on to every word I say and everybody’s a little intimidated to be in my presence. And then Irrfan Khan walks into the room. And he’s the coolest guy in the room.” Also Read – Throwback to the time when Jaaved Jaaferi recalled father Jagdeep’s struggle in Mumbai at the age of 9

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He added that he wasted to ape Irrfan, “And as soon as I walked up to him I said, ‘Irrfan Khan, I’m going to steal from you everything I possibly can. I’m going to start speaking very quietly in films. I’m going to wear very nice suits. And I will draw out the last sound of every sentence that I say.’ And by doing that, I will be doing a very pale imitation of the coolest guy in the room.” Also Read – Irrfan Khan’s son Babil SLAMS Bollywood, says, ‘My father was defeated at the box office by hunks with six pack abs’

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Before shooting for Inferno, Tom had sent Irrfan a handwritten note, which Irrfan posted on Instagram. The message read: “This will be most pleasant movie to make, I think, provided you and I have a few more scenes together! If not, we will just have to save the world as is!” Also Read – Happy birthday, Neetu Singh: These 6 throwback pics of the actress with Rishi Kapoor will give you couple goals

My journey of @infernothemovie began with a captain’s note @tomhanks pic.twitter.com/MEbtAmLJuU

— Irrfan (@irrfank) June 3, 2015

In a 2016 interview to IANS, Tom had spoken about Indian films. He had said, “For a lot of years, Indian movies for us were Big B running around in his glasses and beating up bad guys or midgets and stuff like that. We didn’t quite understand what was going on. If everyone starts speaking the common language of cinema, it will start representing itself.”

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