Sutapa Sikdar, wife of the late Irrfan Khan, is a super proud mother and unlike some, she also enjoys celebrating her sons.
Taking his Instagram account, Sutapa shared a message of appreciation for his son, Babil Khan and seemed quite enthusiastic about his thoughtfulness and his gestures of love and warmth.
In a series of photos, Sutapa explained how her son took care of every detail of the house and also shared a screenshot of the ‘bad poetry’ written by him for her. she, Supata captioned the post, “I love you babiluuu …”
“Afraid of covid but bound by love when you drive nonstop from Jaipur to Mumbai in sixteen hours. Yes, my driver could have been a Formula 1 wannabe in the little details. Bad poetry was great !! # gratitude # sonslikedaughters #betasahiparaobetibachao, ”she added in the caption.
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Recently, Babil and Sutapa recently left fans moved when the former shared a video of BTS preparing for the Filmfare Awards. In the video, Babil revealed that he recycled his late father’s flagship outfit to accept the ‘Best Actor’ and ‘Lifetime Achievement’ awards at the ceremony.
Babil shared a video and wrote alongside that for the awards ceremony he attended on behalf of his father, he wore the clothes of the late Irrfan Khan in order to break into new places he was struggling with. comfortable, just like his father did in the same clothes when Irrfan, who disliked attending fashion shows, became the star of designer Rajesh Pratap Singh.
Babil wore the same indigo showstopper outfit but styled it a little differently. He paired the outfit with an indigo print jacket and wore a few accessories to complete the look.
In the caption, Babil also shared an excerpt from his speech which he said accepting the Irrfan Khan Awards from Jaideep Ahlawat, Rajkummar Rao and Ayushmann Khurrana on stage. In the clip, Babil’s mother Sutapa Sikdar can be seen helping her prepare for the awards, which she also attended.
He wrote as a caption: “Mum dresses me up – So in my little speech while accepting baba awards from @jaideepahlawat @rajkummar_rao @ayushmannk, I basically said” it’s not for me to say anything is. People always say your dad’s shoes, but at least I can fit into his clothes. I just want to show my gratitude to the public and our industry for the warmth and love you have hugged our family with, and all I can really say is you and I will be making this trip together and take Indian cinema to new heights, I promise you. The story behind the clothes was that my dad hated going on fashion shows and ramp rides, but he did it in those same clothes in order to continually step out of his comfort zone. spaces I’m not comfortable with (sic). “