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Irrfan Khan’s son Babil shares hilarious ‘Pawri Ho Rahi Hai’ meme that includes late actor


NEW DELHI: Babil, son of late actor Irrfan Khan, is an energetic social media person. The younger lad usually shares attention-grabbing posts that maintain his followers entertained. We lately noticed how social media was flooded with memes on ‘Pawri Ho Rahi Hai’ after singer-composer Yashraj Mukhate shared a humorous monitor on it. Now becoming a member of the bandwagon, Babil shared a humorous meme that includes his late father and much-talented actor Irrfan Khan and his ‘Karwaan’ co-star Dalquer Salmaan and Mithila Palkar.

Babil made a collage compiling a couple of stills from the movie ‘Karwaan’, that carried a textual content, “Yeh humari automotive hai, Aur yeh hum hai, Aur yeh humari pawri ho rahi hai.” He captioned the publish as, “Matlab haste haste daldiya bas. @Rsvpmovies.”

The publish was flooded with feedback from his followers very quickly. One of many followers wrote, “Beloved this film Mr Khan was completely cute ..! A die-hard fan of the nice actor .” One other person wrote, “That was an incredible film… Noticed it so many occasions over… So relatable esp for a backpack traveller.”

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Earlier, on Valentine’s Day, Babil shared a valuable throwback image of his dad Irrfan and mom Sutapa Sikdar on Instagram and wrote, “I want I might clarify how a lot this idea of ‘valentines day’ was blatantly disregarded in our household as a result of it does attempt to say that “abhi bhai saal mein ek din to kuch particular kardo apni ‘Mumtaz’ ke liye. Brother, I hope you’re dedicating each waking second in an exploration of your beloved and never ready for ‘Valentines day’.”

Irrfan Khan handed away on April 29 this 12 months. His son Babil retains his reminiscences alive by sharing tales in regards to the late actor and pictures of him on social media. The late actor is survived by his spouse Sutapa Sikdar and sons Babil and Ayaan.

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