Irrfan Khan remains immortal in the hearts of his millions of fans. Even though he is no more between us, his craft, his films will keep him forever live in the minds and hearts of his fans. He was one of the greatest stars Bollywood has ever seen, and indeed there will be no other Irrfan Khan. Today is his birth anniversary. His son Babil Khan has been sharing many unseen videos and pictures of the late actor on social media and he has done the same to remember his father on his birthday.
Babil shared a video that sees Irrfan Khan, his wife Sutapa and son Ayaan facetiming with Babil Khan. The parents do not know that the facetime is off and they are heard saying that they miss Babil. In the caption, Babil Khan penned that Irrfan never identified with institutions and hence did not remember anyone's birthdays. He revealed that his mother used to remind the men of the house about the occasion. But today, Babil just could not forget Irrfan Khan's birthday.
His caption read, "You never identified with institutions such as contractual marriage and birthday celebrations. Perhaps, that is why I don’t remember anyone’s birthdays because you never remembered mine and never encouraged me to remember yours. It was just normal to us what seemed absurd from the outside, we celebrated everyday (bringing personal experiential authenticity to the cliche). On the occasion, Mamma would have to remind us both; but this time I could not forget yours if I tried. It’s your birthday Baba. Shoutout to all the technologically inept parents, notice that they did not finish saying that they miss me."
Indeed, Irrfan Khan is dearly missed. His demise created a void in the industry and among fans that will never be filled. (Also Read: On Irrfan Khan's Birth Anniversary, Shoojit Sircar Recalls What The Late Actor Said During The Last Few Days Of Piku Shoot; 'I Miss My Irrfan')
Image Source: Instagram/babil.i.k
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