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Late Bollywood actor Irrfan Khan’s son Babil
just confessed his love for Pakistani dramas.

“Pakistani television
is one of my loved indulgences,” said Babil.

Last week, Babil shared
a screenshot from his chat with Irrfan, in which the late actor was asking his
son to call him when he woke up.

“This was intense on a level I could not explain,” said Babil. “I was deleting unnecessary chats from my WhatsApp and I found this.”

Photo: Instagram/BabilJournalist Maria Memon commented on the post with a heart emoticon. Babil reacted to this with his comment about the Pakistani drama industry.

On Irrfan’s 54th
birthday, Babil had revealed that his
father never believed in celebrating birthdays and told him not to remember

Irrfan passed away aged 53 on April 29 last year after a two-year battle with neuroendocrine cancer. His last movie was Angrezi Medium (2020).

Abdul Gh Lone