Bollywood actor Irrfan Khan is expected to return to India after a lengthy stint abroad. The 51-year-old actor is currently in London undergoing treatment for neuroendocrine tumour. 

Irrfan Khan’s spokesperson, neither confirming nor denying that the actor is returning to begin work on Hindi Medium 2, said that the actor could be back home after Diwali. The spokesperson, however, said that Khan may return to the country after Diwali.

"The story floating about Irrfan Khan working on Hindi Medium 2 starting December are all based on speculation. However, there is a possibility of him returning to India after Diwali," the spokesperson said in a statement.


A report in an online portal had claimed that the actor will be flying to India to shoot for the sequel of his 2017 hit. 

Irrfan Khan had announced in March that he had been diagnosed with neuroendocrine tumour, a rare form of cancer. He then left for London to undergo treatment, and backed out of promoting his film Karwaan, and denied appearing in the Amazon series Gormint.

A few months earlier in August, the actor said that after four rounds of chemotherapy, he had found a new perspective on