Popular Indian actor Irrfan Khan, known for his intense performances, has showcased his quirky side in a new video for standup comedy group All India Bakchod (AIB). He features in a a parody of rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh's "Party all night" by taking a dig at all party numbers featured in Bollywood films.
Irrfan, who has delivered power-packed performances in films like "Maqbool", "Paan Singh Tomar", "Haasil" and "Haider", is also seen in an item number for the first time in the almost seven-minute video.
"The video is to make your Monday morning spicy not to take anything seriously except the last line. Hahahaha," Irrfan quipped on his Twitter page.
Uploaded on the official YouTube channel of AIB on Sunday, the video begins with the members of the gang convincing Irrfan to do a party song as it's the only thing he has never attempted before on the silver screen.
AIB, which came in the spotlight for its controversial 'Roast' involving Ranveer Singh, Arjun Kapoor and Karan Johar earlier this year, has spoofed on the hit track "Party all night" from the 2013 film "Boss".
In the video, Irrfan can be seen explaining why he doesn't do party songs. He talks about the cliched must haves in all the typical party songs - girls, alcohol, same dance steps, different shots of the same person and so on.
On the film front, the 48-year-old will next be seen in "Jazbaa" and "Inferno".