In an interview with iDiva, Sutapa was asked about an overrated show or film in recent times. While Babil Khan, also present at the interview, chose to ignore the question, Sutapa directly mentioned ‘Animal.’ The film, which earned over Rs 900 crore globally, featured Anil Kapoor, Rashmika Mandanna, and Bobby Deol in significant roles.
Late actor Irrfan Khan’s son Babil Khan condemns Poonam Pandey’s shocking cancer awareness tactic
During the interview, Babil fondly recalled the friendship he shared with his father, expressing, “I’ve never laughed like that. I just don’t find things that funny anymore, and there’s this sense of, there’s a huge void of laughter. I have never found a friend or made a friend, or I don’t think I will ever. I’ll keep myself open to that possibility, but yes, just never ever had a friend like him.” Sutapa reminisced about how Irrfan played the role of the “bad cop” in their parenting dynamic, stating, “He (Babil) was a rebel, and see the fortunate part is which I don’t have right now, the privilege of when there are two parents, one can play good cop and one can play bad cop. So I was the bad cop always. And conveniently, his father made me a bad cop.”
Irrfan Khan, an exceptional actor, left an indelible mark on the world of cinema. The actor, who passed away in April 2020, would have celebrated his 57th birthday. Irrfan’s film journey began with a small role in Salaam Bombay. One of the touching aspects of his legacy is how he continues to be remembered, especially by his son, Babil Khan, who has shared heartfelt anecdotes about his father in various interviews, offering a glimpse into the personal side of the legendary actor.