Irrfan Khan’s wife Sutapa Sikdar reunites with son Babil in London; the latter shares a lovely selfie

Late actor Irrfan Khan’s son Babil is quite active on social media. He often keeps sharing throwback pictures and interesting stories of his father on his Instagram handle. Babil, who recently jetted off to London to resume his studies, has taken to his Instagram handle and shared a lovely picture with his mother Sutapa Sikdar.

Sutapa has also jetted off to London to meet her son. Babil shared a selfie with his mother and wrote, “Queen ma.” In the picture, he can be seen flashing his gorgeous smile while Sutapa is seen striking a pose for the picture. Have a look:

Queen ma.

Soon after he posted the picture, a lot of fans started pouring in sweet comments on his post. One of the fans wrote, “Now that’s smile vd peace of mind when mom is ur besides 💓” To this, Babil replied, “word.” Another fan asked, “Where is Ayaan ??🤗” Babil was quick to reply, “preparing for exams in India.”

Recently, Babil shared a funny story of how he diverted the attention of fans in Gangtok to allow Irrfan and others to get a shot during the shooting of ‘Qarib Qarib Singlle’. His post read, “So the story is: I was assisting with the camera team on QQS. There was a shot needed on a Gangtok street but the people would crowd around the set and Baba, soon after a few takes it started seeming impossible to shoot the sequence. So, Tanuja ma’am handed me a guitar and said go 100m away and start performing. She called out a loud “PACK UP!” for the crowd to hear and then I started singing with the guitar and the crowd dissipated towards this new divertissement. As I sung they quickly shot the sequence using natural light and finished the job. True story. Funny. Experience to use for all filmmakers, use your interns in the most creative ways. (The sad truth is most of the times our politics and selected news and media outlets that control information being distributed to our people also are running a similar divertissement.) “

So the story is: I was assisting with the camera team on QQS. There was a shot needed on a Gangtok street but the people would crowd around the set and Baba, soon after a few takes it started seeming impossible to shoot the sequence. So, Tanuja ma’am handed me a guitar and said go 100m away and start performing. She called out a loud “PACK UP!” for the crowd to hear and then I started singing with the guitar and the crowd dissipated towards this new divertissement. As I sung they quickly shot the sequence using natural light and finished the job. True story. Funny. Experience to use for all filmmakers, use your interns in the most creative ways. (The sad truth is most of the times our politics and selected news and media outlets that control information being distributed to our people also are running a similar divertissement.)

Irrfan Khan passed away in April 2020 after a two-year-long battle with neuroendocrine tumour.