Irrfan Khan’s son Babil shares screenshot of messages sent by late actor: 'Was almost about to text him back'
Babil Khan has shared a screenshot of text messages he had received from his father Irrfan Khan which he had come across while deleting old chats from his WhatsApp. Take a look.
The powerhouse of talent Irrfan Khan left for his heavenly abode on April 29, 2020, after battling with neuroendocrine tumour for two years. Even almost a year after his death, his son Babil Khan has been struggling to come to terms with his passing. The late actor’s son often shares unseen pictures of the Piku star keeping him alive in the hearts of his fans. Now, in his latest post, Babil has shared a screenshot of text messages he had received from his dad asking him to call him back.
Taking to his Instagram handle, he 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. Babil also expressed his emotions saying that he was "almost about to text him back." Sharing the post, Irrfan’s son wrote, “This was intense on a level I could not explain. I was deleting unnecessary chats from my WhatsApp and I found this. For f**k’s sake. I was almost about to text him back just for the thrill of feeling like “mera bhai idhar hi hai mere saath.” In the chat, we can see the late actor asking him to call him back urgently.
As soon as Babil shared the post, fans started commenting how they are still in shock and disbelief at the fact that Irrfan Khan was no more. While one said, “Irrfan comeback pls it's very urgent. Wish we could text him pls comeback when your are up,”another wrote, “He’s watching over you..”
Take a look at Babil Khan’s Instagram post below:
Previously, Babil Khan had given it back to trolls who targeted him for wearing a face mask and called him a ‘girl. While giving them a befitting reply, he shared two videos one showing him applying the face mask, another showing his flawless skin. He wrote, “Can you believe some people STILL go, “Are you a girl?” when I apply face masks or make-up before going out?.”