Irrfan Khan responds to Alec Baldwin's praise for his performance in upcoming film Puzzle
Puzzle is about a suburban wife and mother Agnes, who develops a passion for solving jigsaw puzzles.
Puzzle is a story about a taken-for-granted suburban wife and mother of two, Agnes (played by Kelly Macdonald), who has grown weary of her monotonous routine. After she receives a box of jigsaw puzzles as a birthday present, she discovers that not only does she enjoy solving puzzles, she also has a great talent for it.
The film also stars Irrfan Khan as Robert, the man she teams up with for a competitive puzzle tournament and David Denman, who plays her husband Louie. The film has been directed by Marc Turtletaub.
Alec Baldwin (of 30 Rock fame) took to Instagram to share his experience of watching Khan and Macdonald in Puzzle. Khan responded to Baldwin's post by reposting it on his Instagram feed, captioned with "Thanks Alec, means a lot!"
Thank you Alec, means a lot! #Repost @iamabfalecbaldwin ・・・ A film you MUST see this summer! Just saw a preview of #Puzzle which opens this Friday in NY & LA. There is magic in this one - the writing, performances, cinematography, and score work together beautifully. Marc Turtletaub has made a wonderfully subtle film and Kelly Macdonald and Irfan Khan deserve serious recognition for their work here
Khan, who is currently seeking treatment for neuroendocrine cancer, also has another upcoming film Karwaan with Dulquer Salmaan and Mithila Palkar, which will release in theatres on 3 August.
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