It has been 2 years since Irfan Khan left this world. Irrfan was one of the talented actors of Bollywood. He has always won the hearts of the audience with his performances. Irfan died due to cancer. It may have been 2 years since Irfan left us, but his memories and his stellar performances are still etched in our hearts. Today, on Irfan’s death anniversary, his son Babil has shared a special post remembering him. Along with this, he has also written some lines. Babil has actually shared a photo of Irrfan in which he is seen with wife Sutapa. Both are sitting in the boat with some people.
Sharing the photo, Babil wrote, ‘Dear Baba… I try to remember the perfume you used when we used to twelve in the North and dance in Norway. I remember your scent I remember the sensation I used to have when you used to spread my palms to tell my luck, but then you used to pinch my nostril, it was quite intimidating. I am not ready to move on and never will be.
Babil further wrote a few lines, ‘You and I are one more cosmic (cosmic). All but no, I was conscious yet forgot. You still breathe in my thoughts, in our institution of madness. I remember what I fought for, your search for silence. Written by your Babylon.’
From fans to celebs are posting on this post of Babil. Everyone is motivating Babil to stay strong. At the same time, fans are commenting that they also miss Irrfan a lot, but the actor will always be alive in their hearts.
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Let us tell you that Babil is now fulfilling his father’s dream and is soon going to make his Bollywood debut. He will be seen in the film Kaala in which Trupti Dimri is in the lead role with him. On the other hand, it is being produced by Clean Slate Films, which Anushka has recently left and now only her brother will handle it. However, no information has come about the release date of this film yet. Apart from this, Babil will also be seen in the web series Railway Men.