Babil Khan’s cryptic “Sometimes I want to give up and go to Baba” post leaves fans worried

Babil Khan

Babil Khan shared this photo. (Etiquette: babil.ik,

Mumbai :

Irrfan Khan’s son is popular for his roles in movies like Babil Khan the castle And Railway men, with a recent post that got fans nervous. In a post that was later deleted but went viral, Babil expressed his feelings about being overwhelmed and wanting to be with his late father. Taking to his Instagram Stories, Babil shared a cryptic post that read, “Sometimes I feel like giving up and going to Baba.”

Later, on Thursday, Babil took to his Instagram account to share a series of pictures with his girlfriend Prakriti Pavani. The first picture showed Babil posing for the camera, followed by cute pictures with his friend. He added some music to the post with Rich’s ‘Stay With It’ playing in the background. His post had an emotional caption that read, “Oh I know somehow, I know how you like it when he plays his Fender it hurts me so now I’m taking my turn I wake up next to a new guy again and I No. Remember, it’s hard not to have you where I left my ride home keys.”

Soon after Babil shared the post, his anxious fans flooded his comments section expressing their concern. One fan wrote, “Don’t give up man… also, don’t drop stories like yesterday…” Another fan commented, “Your story scared us yesterday, stay strong and take care of yourself.” “Babil please hold ok? We need you here, I need you,” wrote a third user.

Irrfan Khan is known as one of the finest actors in Indian cinema. He first gained recognition from a Hindi film that was nominated for an Oscar Hello Bombay! And later appeared in acclaimed films like Life in a… Metro, The LunchboxAnd Hindi medium,

His talent transcended borders, outstanding performances in international projects earned him worldwide acclaim and cemented his status in world cinema. The actor died of cancer in April 2020. Meanwhile, on the work front, Babil was last seen in the Netflix web show, Railway men,

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