Babil Khan shares a beautiful unseen picture of father Irrfan and mother Sutapa Sikdar, says, 'I wish I could fit in your shoes'

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Irrfan's son Babil Khan, through his social media posts, is keeping his late father's memories and legacy alive. From unseen pictures to unknown anecdotes, he has been taking Irrfan's fans down the memory lane. Sharing yet another priceless picture of his mother Sutapa Sikdar and father Irrfan, Babil penned a heartfelt poem for his family. The poem was in the memory of the late actor and Babil spoke about dealing with an immense loss and grief. Standing up for his family, he posted pictures with his younger brother Ayan Khan too. 

Babil shared a black and white picture of Irrfan and Sutapa wherein the former is seen whispering into his wife's ear. "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," Babil wrote.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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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In his previous post for Irrfan, Babil recalled how his father tried to elevate art in cinema with his hard work but got 'defeated at the box-office by hunks with six pack abs'. He also shared his advice to him as a student of cinema. He mentioned that how Irrfan 'warned him that he will have to prove himself as Bollywood is seldom respected in world cinema'.

(Source: Instagram)

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