Babil Khan drops major hint about his debut; Reveals he calms anxiety by looking at Irrfan & Tabu’s NSD photo

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Babil Khan drops major hint about his debut; Reveals he calms anxiety by looking at Irrfan & Tabu’s NSD photo
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It is going to be a year that late actor Irrfan Khan left for his heavenly abode on April 29, 2020. But his son Babil Khan is struggling to come to terms that his father is no more. He often shares unseen pictures of the late actor on his social handle and keeps him alive in the hearts of his fans. And today in his latest post, Babil has dropped a major hint about his debut. Though he has not shared many details about the upcoming film but has mentioned that something is coming.  

Taking to his Instagram handle, he shared a throwback picture of his father Irrfan Khan with beautiful actress Tabu. The picture dates back to Irrfan's NSD days. Babil wrote, “I know it’s been a minute. When my superstitions allow me to, I will reveal what I’ve been busy with, but there’s some stuff cookin’. Anyway, since I’m extremely frightened about having started my journey in Indian cinema without any formal training on acting and 8 years too early, I often calm my anxieties by looking at baba’s pictures from NSD and earlier films. Here’s something for his fans.”

Some fans commented, “Can’t wait to see another legend on screen.” Recently, Babil had posted a screenshot of his chat window with his father and said that he was deleting old and unnecessary chats from his WhatsApp when he chanced upon these messages. 

Take a look at Babil Khan’s Instagram post here:
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by Babil (@babil.i.k)

Previously, Babil Khan had given it back to trolls who targeted him for wearing a face mask and called him a ‘girl'.

Also Read: Irrfan Khan’s son Babil shares screenshot of messages sent by late actor: 'Was almost about to text him back'

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