Irrfan Khan's Son Babil Khan Shares A Candid Video Of His Late Father Singing 'Mera Saaya' With His Wife; It Will Move You To Tears - WATCH

Irrfan Khan's son Babil Khan recently shared an unseen video of the late actor where he is strolling around with his wife Sutapa and singing 'mera saya' song

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Irrfan Khan's Son Babil Khan Shares A Candid Video Of His Late Father Singing 'Mera Saaya' With His Wife; It Will Move You To Tears - WATCH
Irrfan Khan was one of the finest in the Hindi Film industry. The actor managed to earn the love of millions of fans with his acting prowess. His filmography boasts of some of the nicest and critically acclaimed films ever made by Bollywood. Not just in the Indian film industry, he was a known face even in Hollywood. Sadly, the actor departed for his heavenly abode on April 29, 2020 leaving all his fans heartbroken. Ever since then, his son Babil Khan has been sharing unseen pictures and videos of his late father.

Recently, Babil Khan shared a video of Irrfan Khan that has him strolling around with his wife Sutapa. The two are singing Mera Saaya Saath Hoga from the film Mera Saaya. At one point, Irrfan also gets confused if it is Mera Saaya or Tera Saaya. The video is indeed touching and can bring tears to the eyes of the fans of Irrfan, remembering what a prolific personality he was.

Babil Khan has shared the video with the caption, "Mera saya ki tera saya? Dropping ma off at the airport now." It was recently that Babil left for London to complete his further studies. Even then he had remembered his father as he had made a post that read, "Off to London. One more year. Last time I left was about this time and baba was still there, it’s weird this time, and it’s not just Baba I’ve lost. (2nd, 3rd Angrezi medium bts)." Check out Babil Khan's post below:





Image Source: Instagram/babil.i.k
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