Irrfan Khan’s older son Babil retains proving his mother Sutapa Sikdar is the centre of his universe. This time although he had “bad poetry” and a candy shock for his mother as she travelled to Mumbai from Jaipur to fulfill him. Sutapa on Wednesday shared a collection of photographs describing the efforts that Babil made to make her comfy.
One picture confirmed Babil’s handwritten word pasted on a display hooked up to a typewriter. The word learn, “I have to figure out how to fix this. But for inspiration! Also, your tea-kettle has been refilled with water.” Out of the 5 photographs, one had a hand-written poem written by Babil, devoted to Sutapa, which the teenager captioned, “#Bad Poetry”.
“I will share the dreams you gave up to raise me. I will remember every ambition that you let go so I could live mine. I will hold your pain in the storm that birthed me…,” learn part of the love-filled dedication.
Emotional at her son’s efforts, Sutapa wrote that she couldn’t cease her tears as she entered her room. The producer additionally emphasised on the significance of “celebrating sons”. “Love you babiluuu.. Scared of covid yet bound by love when you drive nonstop from Jaipur to Mumbai in sixteen hours. Yes my driver could have been a formula 1aspirant. Rushing to crash you enter the room and tears flow. Let’s celebrate sons too and expect surprise.god in small details. Bad poetry was awesome!! #gratitude #sonslikedaughters
#betasahiparaobetibachao,” Sutapa wrote, captioning the photographs.