Babil Khan shares an old WhatsApp chat with father Irrfan Khan with a heartfelt NOTE…

Irrfan Khan’s death has surely taken a toll on all his fans and well-wishers. During these sad times, his son Babil keeps sharing memories and videos of his father on his social media account. This time too, the starlet shared a screenshot of his chat window with his father and added a little note expressing his emotions which read, “This was intense on a level I could not explain. I was deleting unnecessary chats from my WhatsApp and I found this”.

Babil Khan shares an old WhatsApp chat with father Irrfan Khan with a heartfelt NOTE...
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He also added, “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”. Indeed, Babil has been sharing priceless moments on Instagram and ensuring that the actor’s legacy continues to live on and shine brighter than ever. Fans also wrote how heart-breaking it must be for Babil to see such things that keep reminding him of his dad. Irrfan Sir. Why gone so early,” wrote an Instagram user. “This hit hard,” wrote another. “Love entwined with grief… it’s tough and yet there are times when it all comes to standstill momentarily,” commented yet another user. “it’s a very touching brother,” commented yet another social media user.

Earlier, on Friday, Babil revealed that he is often asked “are you a girl?” for his love for makeup and skincare. In two short video clips on Instagram, Babil can be seen looking at himself in a mirror and showcasing his before and after skincare routine. 

Meanwhile, expressing astonishment that even in modern times like these, he is still questioned if he chooses to apply face masks, Babil wrote alongside the clip, “Can you believe some people STILL go, ‘Are you a girl?’ when I apply face masks or make-up before going out?” He added, addressing the issue that makeup isn’t gender-specific, “I think every person is made up of a cosmic duality and what truly makes you a man is recognising the woman inside you. You are not a man till you realise your feminine dimension, because that exactly is toxic masculinity. I love looking after my skin, I love looking sexy, I love women and I love being a man.”. After reading Babil’s post on men using face masks and makeup, netizens lauded him for his views. 

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