Startling revelation about Irfan Khan's 'sorry' to someone in last days
Irrfan’s son Babil Khan has revealed that during his last days, he asked his father about why did not come to watch him act in school plays. The actor felt sorry for not attending his plays.
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Irrfan's son Babil Khan has revealed that he questioned his father for not attending his school plays when he was a kid. It was one of their last conversations before Irrfan died in April 2020. Irrfan is regarded as one of the finest actors in Bollywood. He also did notable work in several Hollywood films. Babil is currently working on his debut film, Qala.
In a recent interview, Babil has revealed how he walked up to a an ailing Irrfan in his room late at night and asked him, “Why didn’t you come for my play when I was little?” Irrfan looked at him and questioned him back, “You’re still stuck up on that?”
Sharing the incident with GQ in an interview, Babil revealed how he came back to his room with tears in his eyes. Irrfan, who couldn't walk due to his condition, peeped from his room few minutes later, to say with his lips trembling, “I’m sorry.”
In the same interview, Babil has confessed that he is privileged since he is the son of an actor. "I’m grateful for the opportunities that I know others won’t get as easily as I have. If I can’t use my privilege and justify it through my craft, it’d be such a waste,” he said.
Babil will now make his film debut with Qala. Directed by Anvitaa Dutt, the film will feature Tripti Dimri of Bulbbul fame as the lead, along with Swastika Mukherjee. The film is being produced by Anushka Sharma's brother Karnesh Ssharma's production house, Clean Slate Filmz.