Bollywood Society » Babil Khan, Irrfan Khan’s son, takes the late actor’s’seat’ in the most touching way

Babil Khan, Irrfan Khan’s son, takes the late actor’s’seat’ in the most touching way

by Bollywood Society
Babil Khan

Irrfan Khan’s terrible death in 2020 created a vacuum in the world that can never be replaced. Every day, we miss the famous actor, his intriguing gaze, and his unequalled genius in the world of cinema. However, missing someone does not mean we should stop celebrating and remembering them warmly. In this regard, Irrfan’s loved ones, including wife Sutapa Sikdar and son Babil Khan, occasionally set an example. Babil and Sutapa are both known for posting rare and unseen flashback photos of the late star on social media. Babil came to Instagram again a few moments ago, continuing on his current path.

Babil made a collage with two photos on his Instagram stories. Irrfan is seated in the passenger seat in the first shot. The second photo shows Babil in the same automobile, sat in the same seat. The collage is very lovely, as we watch Babil assume his father’s’seat’ in the sweetest and most lyrical way possible. “4 years apart, in the same car,” Babil captioned the photo on Instagram.

Babil also posted a flashback photo of Irrfan and Sutapa on his Instagram stories yesterday. In the photo, we can see the late actor smiling and posing for the camera while holding Sutapa in one hand. Sutapa also hugged and held Irrfan. Sharing this pic, Babil wrote, “Aap humein bhula nahi payenge, satayenge zaroor aapko.”

In the meanwhile, Babil is ready to make his acting debut with Qala with Tripti Dimri. Anushka Sharma and Karnesh Sharma’s production company Clean Slate Filmz will produce the movie. He’ll also appear in ‘The Railway Men,’ a web series produced by YRF Entertainment, a part of Yash Raj Films. The Railway Men is based on the 1984 Bhopal gas disaster. R Madhavan, Kay Kay Menon, and Divyenndu will also appear in this web series, which will be directed by Babil Khan.

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