"Listen, I get to wake up in a place like Florence and I have a little cup of coffee and I walk to work across ancient bridges, underneath the fabulous architecture down through history, run around through masterpieces of modern art - all to save the world," says Tom Hanks. "Come on! That's a good job!"
Directed by Ron Howard, mystery-thriller Inferno sees Irrfan as Harry 'The Provost' Sims, Head of The Consortium, a pivotal role in the film. The trailer, one tailor-made for the Indian audience, we get to see the actor in full throttle, with many twists and turns in the plot
Working with Tom Hanks and Ron Howard may be a dream come true for most, but we have to wonder if Irrfan Khan could be dreaming bigger, and have his sights set on a certain 'Uncle Oscar' at some point
"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," Tom Hanks Hanks told IANS
Irrfan Khan attended the film screening with his wife and son.