Actor Irrfan Khan’s son, Babil Khan, said on Monday that he plans to enter the Indian film industry as an actor after completing his graduation from a film school. Babil Khan took to Instagram and shared a picture of the book Actors on Acting, edited by Toby Cole and Helen Crick Chinoy.
The book was signed by his father, who, according to Babil Khan, bought it in New York to prepare for his role in filmmaker Mira Nair’s 2006 drama The Namesake.
The cinema student, who is in her 20s, captioned the picture, “Up for Borrow.”
When a user asks him in the comment section of the post when he will be acting, Babil Khan replied, “I am already in the field of acting, that is the question when I will appear in a film.”
“Once I have graduated around May, I will start seeing offers,” he said.
Last year, Babil Khan opened up about how his father constantly tried to challenge the current ecosystem in the Hindi film industry, but was defeated at the box office for delivering a six-pack abs formula formula.
“My father spent almost all his life trying to elevate the art of acting in the unfavorable conditions of Bollywood and Alas, by giving and losing to dramatic one-liners with six-pack abs at the box office, box office I lost. The laws of physics and reality, “he wrote in a lengthy Instagram post in July.
Irrfan Khan died at the age of 54 after his battle with a rare form of cancer.