Irrfan Khan’s son Babil on Sunday shared that he was left upset by the behaviour of some journalists at the Filmfare Awards evening, who allegedly asked him if he was inebriated. Babil attended the 2021 Filmfare Awards on Saturday night and accepted the posthumous honour given to his late father.
Babil wrote concerning the alleged incident on his Instagram story. The aspiring actor wrote that he marvelled at the “inquisitive research” of the “seven journalists”, who apparently questioned him if he was excessive.
“Just wanted to share with you all that I attended the Filmfare Awards yesterday and 7 journalists asked me if I was high just because of the shape of my eyes. Well done, guys. Great inquisitive research that you have conducted because I have been pure natural since I left university. Really good job,” learn a bit of Babil’s Instagram story.
“You made me feel so nice by telling me that my natural face looked like I was high. Thank you so much for that. I will use that look and make millions in Bollywood,” said Babil.
Filmfare Awards evening was Babil’s first look at a significant Bollywood occasion. Hours earlier than he arrived at the purple carpet, Babil documented his preparation for the large evening, sharing movies and movie of his coiffure and search for the perform. Among these photos was an lovable nonetheless of himself with mom Sutapa as they took a selfie earlier than he left for the occasion. Babil wore Irrfan’s ensemble for the night.
Irrfan was named the winner in two classes– Best Actor (Male) for Angrezi Medium and Lifetime Achievement Award. Sharing his emotions about his father’s win, Babil wrote on Instagram, “Thank you, Filmfare. Even after he has departed, you have recognised his commitment to his craft. We as a family are so grateful.” The put up was accompanied by an image of the Filmfare trophies adorning Irrfan’s shelf.
Sutapa Sikdar additionally shared the photograph, remembering Irrfan’s contribution to artwork and his humility. “What a beautiful night!! You prove once again you don’t have to talk about your work. People should,” she wrote.