Tom Hanks celebrated being the "coolest person" on the sets of Hollywood film Inferno. In any case, he says it kept going just until on-screen character Irrfan Khan strolled in.
At a select worldwide media occasion sorted out by Sony Pictures Entertainment, Mr Hanks said: "This is what I loathe about Irrfan Khan. I generally believe I'm the coolest person in the room and everyone's holding tight to each word I say and everyone's somewhat scared to be in my nearness. And after that Irrfan Khan strolls into the room. Furthermore, he's the coolest person in the room. Furthermore, everyone's threatened to be in his nearness and everyone's holding tight to his each word."
Irrfan, who is a remarkable Bollywood identity, has additionally featured universally in widely praised works like The Namesake, A Mighty Heart and Life of Pi, the Oscar-winning Slumdog Millionaire and the financially fruitful The Amazing Spider-Man and Jurassic World.
Come October 14, he will be found in Inferno with the Forrest Gump star.
After outwardly deciphering Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demons, chief Ron Howard has implanted life to the writer's well known book Inferno.
In the film, in light of the eponymous 2013 novel, Hanks will be seen repeating the part of Robert Langdon, a teacher of symbology at Harvard University. Irrfan plays Harry "The Provost" Sims, leader of The Consortium.
The film will show a trail of pieces of information attached to the considerable Dante himself. At the point when Langdon awakens in an Italian doctor's facility with amnesia, he collaborates with Sienna Brooks (Felicity Jones), a specialist he trusts will help him recuperate his memory. They race crosswise over Europe and with time as the opponent to thwart a destructive worldwide plot, and Irrfan joins their central goal to spare the world.
Mr Hanks, known for movies like Saving Private Ryan, You've Got Mail, Sleepless in Seattle, The Terminal, Catch Me If You Can and later Sully, declared that the most noticeably bad thing about Inferno is "that I am just in a few scenes with Irrfan. It was grievous".
The two-time Oscar-winning star is awed with Irrfan's acting abilities, and has in reality chalked down an approach to chimp his style.
Mr Hanks said: "And when I strolled up to him I said, 'Irrfan Khan, I'm going to take from you all that I can. I'm going to begin talking discreetly in movies. I'm going to wear exceptionally decent suits. Furthermore, I will draw out the last stable of each sentence that I say.' And by doing that, I will do an exceptionally pale impersonation of the coolest person in the room."
Tom Hanks is returning as Langdon in the film establishment, and says it is a lovely ordeal to get Brown's vision on the silver screen.
"I'm not legally committed to make any Dan Brown or Robert Langdon things. Be that as it may, each time we've done it, it's been the same precise group of individuals. So there truly is no redundancy. I should concede, they're extremely wonderful films to make," said the 60-year-old performing artist.
Mr Hanks said that they "get together and find regardless of whether it merits following or not".
"I'm not a simpleton. I'm not going to say no to something that is going to go, that is okay," he included.