Imran Khan, the heartthrob of a bygone era, continues to hold a special place in our hearts. Imran Khan made his mark in the film industry during the late 2000s with his charismatic charm and good looks
Imran Khan, the heartthrob of a bygone era, continues to hold a special place in our hearts. Imran is among the actors we miss seeing onscreen. Khan made his mark in the film industry during the late 2000s with his charismatic charm and good looks. Born in a family deeply rooted in Bollywood, Imran Khan's entry into the industry was quite predictable. His uncle, Aamir Khan, was already a superstar, and Imran carried the torch forward with remarkable finesse.
Imran's breakthrough came with 'Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na' in 2008, directed by Abbas Tyrewala. His portrayal of Jai Singh Rathore, a lovable and relatable character, resonated with the youth. Imran's chemistry with co-star Genelia D'Souza was undeniable, and the audience loved their on-screen romance.
Following the success of his debut, Imran went on to deliver remarkable performances in movies like 'I Hate Luv Storys,' 'Delhi Belly,' and 'Mere Brother Ki Dulhan.' His ability to effortlessly take up various roles, be it the quirky bachelor or the lovable rogue, showcased his versatility as an actor.
However, as the years passed, Imran Khan had a more selective approach to his acting career. He opted for quality over quantity, which only added to the mystique surrounding him. Although his filmography may not be as extensive as some of his contemporaries, each of his movies left an indelible mark on the audience.
Imran's decision to step away from the limelight in recent years has left his fans yearning for his return. In the recent past, Imran Khan has made headlines as he suddenly became proactive on social media. The actor also hinted at his return to the silver screen.
On one of Zeenat Aman’s posts, a person named Aditi appealed, "Zeenat Ji ne bhi comeback karlia, patani mera @imrankhan kab karega ð" Sending the internet into a meltdown, Imran replied to the comment, "Chalo Aditi, let’s leave this one to the internet… 1M likes, and I’ll make it happen (sic)."
Post this Imran also took to his thread and shared, "To whom it may concern; I hear you. And I'm working on it. Thank you for being so patient with me."
In one of his recent interviews with Instant Bollywood, when asked about Imran’s plans regarding his return, his close friend Prateik Babbar shared, "Yeah, of course, we spoke on the phone. It was good to hear his voice. Something is cooking. We all miss him. I had given up on him. But we spoke on the phone a week ago and I think something is cooking.”