Late actor Irrfan Khan‘s wife and film producer Sutapa Sikdar celebrated her birthday on Sunday with her sons Babil Khan and Ayaan. Sutapa took to her Facebook account to remember Irrfan with an emotional post where she spoke about how the actor mostly forgot her birthday through the years, and how he didn’t imagine in celebrating the event.
The publish, initially in Hindi, could be loosely translated as, “I finally forgive you, Irrfan, for forgetting my birthday all these years. And, to tell you that, night before last, I revisited the memories of my past birthdays and your memories flared up. It came right back to me. I remember being angry, hurt, and saying ‘tum nehi sudhroge’, and then finally happily accepting your reasoning on why you must have forgotten my birthday. We have laughed our way though. This year you were not around to do so, but only me and our boys (sons Babil and Ayaan).”
She added, “I think more than loving birthday celebrations, I wanted to be with you. But yesterday surprisingly Babil and Ayaan did not forget my birthday. I wonder if you whispered it in their dreams or else why would they conspire to celebrate. Cheers Irrfan!! I missed you like never before as we celebrated my birthday without you. Both our boys gave me so much love. We remembered you so much! You didn’t believe in celebrating birthdays but you would be so happy to see them giving me so much love!!”
On Sunday, Babil had shared footage from his mom’s birthday celebrations. He even shared a video of the mother-son duo’s dialog. He additionally shared a couple of footage of himself with Sutapa, and wrote, “@djspersis made sure we celebrated mamma’s birthday this year and look at @sikdarsutapa cutie happy face❤️.”
On the work entrance, Babil is ready to make his function movie debut with Shoojit Sircar’s subsequent. He can even be seen in Netflix’s Qala, additionally starring Tripti Dimri. The movie is directed by Anvitaa Dutt and produced by Anushka Sharma’s Clean Slate Filmz. He can be a part of Yash Raj Films’s first digital sequence The Railway Men together with actors like R Madhavan, Kay Kay Menon, and Divyenndu Sharma. The sequence pays tribute to the unsung heroes of the 1984 Bhopal gasoline tragedy.