Babil Khan has shared an emotional post in memory of his late father Irrfan Khan. Babil shared a picture in which the father-son duo can be seen dressed in their best winter clothes. He can be seen standing on a boat. Irrfan can be seen looking sideways while Babil is looking at a distance. Babil Khan began his note with the words, “Nobody knew him like I did, nobody knew me like he did. It's easier said than done, easier said than done to miss him. It's easy to get emotional and cry about it. It's easy.” .” He added, “Do you know what's hard? To remember the ecstasy in her voice every time she looked at me saying “Babiluuuuu!!!” He used to lift him high to shout. To remember then, how painful it would be to lose him for the barren time when he was away from shooting. It's impossible to remember how his beard felt on my fingers when I scratched his cheek or how the tips of my fingers rested gently on his eyelids when he blinked as he blinked. Her voice, deep as it was, aroused in me nothing more than a gentle prayer, a prayer that can rise from within one only when some outside force quiets your existential panic. ,
Babil ended his note with the words, “I wish I could have one last dance with you. “And let me tell you, without your lessons, I would never have survived.” I will find you. I will find you. Will find it again. Somewhere. Beyond.”
Archana Puran Singh wrote in the comments section, “Both heartwarming and heartbreaking…Babil. Love you. And pray that you find solace in knowing that he is at eternal peace and his love for you is eternal.” ” A lot.” Take a look at his post here:
On Irrfan Khan's birthday this year, Babil shared an old picture of him and wrote, “Celebrating the man who always forgets his birthday.”
On another occasion, he shared a picture of his parents together and wrote, “..but the thing that always hurts the most is not taking even a moment to say goodbye. I never saw my father like that.” “Couldn't thank him enough for all the things I learned from him. Tell him that, without his lessons, I would never have survived.” – Do I really need to mention the bibliography of this dialogue?” Take a look:
Irrfan Khan died on April 29, 2020, in a hospital in Mumbai. He battled the tumor for several months and returned to Mumbai after treatment in London. Irrfan Khan is survived by his wife Sutapa and sons Babil and Ayaan. Babil Khan made his acting debut with the film Kaala alongside Trupti Dimri, Swastika Mukherjee and Varun Grover. Directed by Anvita Dutt, this film was released on Netflix.