Babil Khan drops UNSEEN PICS of late Irrfan Khan celebrating Holi with family: Calls it best Holi of his life

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Babil Khan drops UNSEEN PICS of late Irrfan Khan celebrating Holi with family: Calls it best Holi of his life

It won't be wrong to say that Babil Khan keeps late legendary actor Irrfan Khan alive in the hearts of his fans through his social media posts. He often shares priceless and unseen throwback photos of his late father, recalling and cherishing the old days. Recently, Babil took a trip down memory lane and recalled the "best Holi celebrations of his life", which he celebrated with his father Irrfan and mother Sutapa Sikdar at filmmaker Tigmanshu Dhulia’s house. The photos showed the Hindi Medium star celebrating the festival of colours with great zeal.

Taking to his Instagram handle, Babil shared the old pictures along with a sweet note. Sharing the post, he wrote, “I remember the best holi celebrations of my life at Jaansi’s house.” The first candid click shows little Babil standing and looking at something as Irrfan and Tigmanshu smile at him. In the second picture, Babil can be seen perched in his mother Sutapa’s arms with Irrfan standing next to them. Several others, including Tigmanshu and his daughter Jaansi are also seen in the picture. All of them can be seen drenched in colours and water.

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



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

Netizens also took to the comments section and showered love on the post. One user commented, "Small cute and loveable. I always wait for ur posts." Another wrote, "a proud son love you brother.”

Meanwhile, on the work front, Babil will make his acting debut with Clean Slate Filmz’s ‘Qala’, which will premiere on Netflix. Helmed by Anvitaa Dutt, the upcoming film also stars ‘Bulbbul’ actress Tripti Dimri.

Also Read: Irrfan Khan's son Babil says he's 'lost & insecure' as he misses him with a pic: Can't figure out who to trust


Anonymous : This boy wants to break into Btown and is really using his dad for emotional buy in. Miss your dad, that's fine. Don't market him. He's gone. When he was healthy, we knew how disloyal he was to the family. Let's not sugar coat it. I wish him nothing bad, may he be in heaven. Stop using him and get out there on your own talent, like he did. Stop milking your dad.
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