Irrfan Khan Interview with Anupama Chopra | Hindi Medium | FC Unfiltered İndir

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  • 8 May 2017

  • In a candid conversation ahead of the release of his film Hindi Medium, actor Irrfan Khan talks to Anupama Chopra about what it takes to be able to alter your acting sensibilities to be able to work with an Ang Lee & an Anees Bazmee. The actor also throws light on how he dealt with rejection, his unconventional looks, and the industry's obsession with working with big stars. 00:00 - Watch Irrfan's unfiltered conversation 01:12 - The choices that Irrfan Khan made to become the man he is today 02:03 - Traumatic experiences in life 04:58 - Overcoming the obstacles and making it work to becoming an actor 07:50 - Struggle of playing with the craft of seeing him as an accomplished actor 08:51 - Working on superficial characters by not putting your own sensibilities 12:26 - Why Mahesh Bhatt asked Irrfan Khan to do "gandi acting" 13:37 - His roles in 90s TV serials Chandrakanta & Banegi Apni Baat 14:44 - Irrfan on differentiating between beign an artist & an entertainer 16:39 - Irrfan sharing the incident of an actor doing different meetings, including acting, on set. 17:49 - Irrfan on directors wanting to work with "stars" over actors 20:07 - Waiting on getting a break, when Subhash Ghai spotted him on TV 22:14 - Discussing monies takes away from the mystery 24:05 - Irrfan recalls experiences while shooting for Paan Singh Tomar 28:08 - The worst advice people give in Bollywood 29:12 - Irrfan talks about enriching the soul while working 31:41 - The USP of an actor is created as you keep discovering yourself 32:53 - The diction & language is important develop the character 34:03 - Popularity is a by-product of acting 35:23 - The most exciting & challenging characters Irrfan has played Have you subscribed to Film Companion Reviews yet? Join us here - Visit us at Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: Follow Us On: The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.