Late actor Irrfan Khan’s wife Sutapa Sikdar took to her Instagram to bathe praises for son Babil after he collected an award on behalf of his father. Recently, Irrfan Khan was posthumously honoured with the Best Actor in a Leading Role and Lifetime Achievement Award for his final launch ‘Angrezi Medium’. Son Babil obtained the award and had damaged down on the occasion remembering his father. Sharing an image of the identical, Sutapa mentioned that her son is a ‘sturdy man’ who would not draw back from displaying his feelings. She additionally referred to as him a ‘kadak launda.’
Sutapa Sikdar penned down an emotional note which learn, “Bada kadak launda hai, vo chup chup ke nahi sabke saamne zor zor rota hai vo, bada kadak launda hai, baap ke yaadon ko sametta hai naazuk ungliyon se bikherata hai unhen khushboo ki tarah.”
Earlier, Babil had revealed that his mom had refused to affix him to attend the awards occasion however had helped him prepare. When he requested her why is not she attending, she replied that she is just not able to face the individuals. The starkid additionally revealed that he wore his late father’s garments to the occasion. He mentioned, “People always say that you cannot fit into your father’s shoes but at least I can fit into his clothes. I just want to show all my gratitude to the audience and our industry because of the warmth and love that you have hugged our family with, and all I can really say is that you and I will make this journey together and take indian cinema to new heights, I promise.”
He added, “The story behind the clothes was that my father hated participating in fashion shows and ramp walks but he did it in these same clothes in order to continuously break out of his comfort zone. That is exactly what I was doing last night, tearing though into new spaces that I’m uncomfortable with.”
On the opposite hand, Babil is all set to make his acting debut with Anushka Sharma produced Netflix Original film Qala. The movie stars Tripti Dimri in lead function. Announcing the movie, Babil wrote, “Tripti freaking Dimri is back again!!!!!! Whooooooo!!! (and a little bit of me) Also I’m a bit skeptical about the phrase ‘getting launched’ because the audience should launch off their seats while watching our film and not any individual actor. “From the creators of Bulbbul, Clean Slate Filmz and Anvita Dutt, we convey you #Qala, a Netflix Original movie. Qala will likely be right here quickly to share her story of her battle for a spot in her mom’s coronary heart.”
For these unversed, Irrfan died on April 29 final yr in Mumbai on the age of 53 final yr after a protracted battle with most cancers.