Irrfan Khan's son Babil Khan pens down an emotional note in the memory of the late actor: ‘I’d give every cell in my presence to remember your skin’

Irrfan Khan’s son Babil Khan is quite active on social media as he keeps sharing throwback pictures and videos of the late actor. Today, Babil took to his Instagram account to pen down an emotional note in the memory of his father alongside a few throwback pictures.

Talking about resuming work in London, Babil wrote in his post, “I’m working Baba. You pushed through demons, up in your feelings, no one gets it, no? I’d give every cell in my presence to remember your skin, My spinal chord will rotate and my soul can implode, in a search to feel you close, I wish I would have known how it feels to end, so I can begin. Why are you surprised? Politicians always lie, But I swear to god sleep is just death being shy.”

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I’m working Baba.

You pushed through demons, up in your feelings, no one gets it, no?

I’d give every cell in my presence to remember your skin,

My spinal chord will rotate and my soul can implode, in a search to feel you close,

I wish I would have known how it feels to end, so I can begin.

Why are you surprised? It’s the job of the Politician to choose to lie,

and when I’m bleeding, I know, sleep is just death being shy. I pray for you, our farmers, in our self-illusiveness we thought we were better, I hope we can surrender. I hope we find a way. I miss you India. (No political comments please, this is not a political expression.)

Recently Babil flew back to London where he’s attending a film school. To this his mother Sutapa Sikdar has also put up a picture with Babil at the Mumbai International airport that seems to have been captured right before he jet-off to London. Sutapa further captioned it as, “You have seen them grow and then they go. ‘Travel and tell no one, live a true love story and tell no one, live happily and tell no one, people ruin beautiful things.’ #kahlil Gibran#unconditionallove.”