Irrfan Khan's Last Film 'The Song Of Scorpions' To Release In January
Irrfan Khan’s character Aadam is a camel trader Aadam who falls in love with Nooran
Gear up to watch the late actor Irrfan Khan in his upcoming movie, The Song of Scorpions which will grace the big screens in early 20201. Written and directed by Anup Singh, the film, which is a “story of twisted love, revenge and the redemptive power of a song”, also stars Golshifteh Farahani, Waheeda Rehman, and Shashank Arora.
The Song of Scorpions will be released by Panorama Spotlight along with 70 MM Talkies. Though The Song of Scorpions is not the final project Irrfan shot for, it will indeed be the last film of his career to see the light of day.
The Song of Scorpions premiered at Switzerland’s 70th Locarno Film Festival in August 2017.
The film follows the tale of Nooran (Farahani), a fiercely independent tribal woman who is learning the ancient healing art of scorpion-singing from her grandmother Zubeidaa (Rehman). According to a myth, if a scorpion bites you, you will die unless a scorpion-singer sings her song and cures you.
Irrfan Khan’s character Aadam is a camel trader Aadam who falls in love with Nooran. The plot seems extremely interesting and might be able to have the audience engaged.
The Hindi Medium actor breathed his last in April 2020. Khan was diagnosed with a neuroendocrine tumor and he died at the age of 53 on 29 April 2020 due to a colon infection. The actor was adored by countless people and his fans were shocked to hear about his demise.