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When I walk into his living room on a sultry afternoon, actor and Bollywood celebrity Irrfan Khan is attempting to move a pond.Arguably the finest actor in current Hindi cinema, Irrfan has moved from a home on Madh Island—a quick boat-ride away from the Mumbai mainland—to a high-rise in Oshiwara, an area close to Lokhandwala, the suburban neighbourhood that houses many of his film and television colleagues.Irrfan and Sutapa in the living room; the sofa is by Peacock Life; the side table and lamps are by local artisans from Rajasthan.Below: In the dining room, the tables and chairs are by Peacock Life and the lights were sourced from Jaipur; the mirrored panel was designed and built on-site.The waterbody is in a blue stone from Nepal; the urn is from Irrfan and Sutapa’s collection.
“I finally have an area surrounded by mirrors, where I can see myself from every angle.” His thrill at this dressing room appears endearingly narcissistic, till I remember an actor needs to be aware of every aspect of his physicality—body, costume, and look.
This is what Irrfan defines as the sanctuary of the house, a quiet space he envies.
“I like her room because it is its own thing; it has evolved on its own. There is nothing synthetic about the way it feels.”DETAIL-ORIENTED We stand over the dining table and he points out a set of five black wire lamps hanging just above eye-level.
We step through the hall into his bedroom, and he nearly trips over a stray football left behind by one of his sons. That famed trophy has been dismissively stashed away by some of its winners. that is an award that would change everything; it can open up every choice for an actor.” He pauses, surely, I think, aware that, as an actor on the radar of the world’s best film-makers, he isn’t too far from that possibility.
“A smoking zone and a football field,” he corrects. The corresponding gap in the bedroom bookshelf, thus, has been temporarily stacked, haphazardly, with awards of every description, from GQ’s ‘Man Of The Year’ prize, to a Screen Award for Paan Singh Tomar. Sean Connery keeps his in the bathroom, while Timothy Hutton’s lies in his fridge. “I know I won’t keep it in the bathroom,” he smiles, and then, thoughtful for but an instant, dismisses the decision-making.
Plus, he wants fishes and lotuses and reeds.”INNER SANCTUM Stepping out of the lift into Irrfan’s fifth-floor apartment is like walking into an inkwell.