Since actor Irrfan Khan’s sad demise, his son Babil Khan constantly shares pictures and videos remembering his dad. The star kid continues to cherish fond memories of his late father through social media posts. He gives each and every fan a glimpse of how Irrfan Khan spent his time with his kids and family. Now, Babil took to social media once again to remember his late father. A day after Children’s day, Irrfan’s son made a heartfelt post on social media and shared an unseen picture of the late actor.
On Instagram, Babil Khan dropped the post, with the caption, “रुह बनकर मिलूँगा उसको आसमां में कहीं, प्यार धरती पर फरिश्तों से किया नही जाता I still feel like you’ve gone for a long shoot, a long schedule underwater and you’ll come back to me, to the surface again.” The star kid penned down a beautiful quote talking about a soul meeting the sky, love and more in Hindi. Remembering the late actor, Babil said that he still feels his dad has gone on a long shoot, a long schedule underwater. He mentioned he feels that Irrfan Khan will come back to him, to the surface again. As Babil Khan spoke about his dad and expressed how much he misses him dearly, he shared a smiling picture of the late actor. The picture sees Irrfan Khan flashing a big smile for the camera, holding a massive peacock in his arms. In the picture, the Piku actor looks dashing dressed in formal attire, donning dark shades.
Take a look at the post made by Babil Khan below:
Meanwhile, Babil Khan and his mother, Irrfan Khan’s widow Sutapa Sikdar constantly share posts cherishing fond memories they have with the late actor. Recently, on the occasion of Children’s day 2020, Sutapa shared a picture of Irrfan holding Babil and penned down sweet words. Also Read: Late Irrfan Khan’s Son Babil Gives A Glimpse Of His ‘Baba’ Working Intently During Qarib Qarib Singlle In A Throwback Pic
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