Irrfan’s Son Babil Shares A Poem Remembering Dad: Says ‘I Wish I Could Fit In Your Shoes’

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Mega star Irrfan Khan’s loving son Babil has posted a touching poem remembering his dad. The poem revolves around the huge loss and heartache and standing up for his family members during the tough situation.

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The star kid also shared some pics of his loving mom and dad and also his younger brother Ayan. While the first monochrome photo shows Irrfan on a movie set, mouthing something in companion Sutapa’s ear, the other two images are of Babil and Ayan.

While posting the pics on his Insta handle, he penned, “5 years too much, And now you’re a stranger 5 years in love, Pickin straws out the haystack Flicking through the picket pages Of the books I never read through. And that’s just one half of it The other half is you, Gleaming through the wicked winter moon, I wish I could fit in your shoes. You have gone so far away. And I’m always just a little too late. Plucking the strings of my sitar to soothe, These Monday morning blues And I carried on like the wayward son, In the wayward sun, but I found myself roaming the wastelands. I was high, when I witnessed my mother cry. I might never win. For,never will forget me, the unforgivable sin. Blood on her lips, crippled my heart. Pierced my soul like an adamant dart. Ma, my ma, tell me you love me too. Ma, my ma, I would give it all for you. (Yo bro, u know I love you more than life itself. ) @sikdarsutapa.”

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Babil turned off the post’s comments section that bagged over 3000 ‘likes’ within a few hours.

Babil keeps on posting loving pics of his daddy. He recently shared a note amid the nepotism discussion in the Hindi film industry. He had discussed how his daddy “was defeated at the box office almost all of his life due to hunks with six-pack abs” in spite of his hard work “to elevate the art of acting in the adverse conditions”.

He wrote, “You know one of the most important things my father taught me as a student of cinema? Before I went to film school, he warned me that I’ll have to prove my self as Bollywood is seldom respected in world cinema.”

Published by Ricky Tandon on 15 Jul 2020

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