Twitteratis find similarities between Irrfan Khan’s son Babil Khan & Squid Game’s Anupam Tripathi!

Netizens says that Babil Khan looks like Anupam Tripathi, who has played the role of Ali aka Player 199 in the much-talked-about show Squid Game.

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Recently late actor Irrfan Khan’s son Babil Khan was spotted with his mother Sutapa Sikdar at Vicky Kaushal’s Sardar Udham screening. The mother-sn duo was seen posing for the paparazzi outside the theatre. As soon as Babil’s video was shared on social media, netizens couldn’t keep calm saying that he looks like Anupam Tripathi, who has played the role of Ali aka Player 199 in the much-talked-about show Squid Game.

Commenting on this trending video, Netizen’s replied “Look at the humbleness, which is reflecting through his eyes, gestures and body language. Wish, it will remain there even after if he becomes a big name… cz this most celebrities lack.”
Another user wrote, “I feel happy to see this. It’s like Irrfan Sir never went away. Babil is a replica of his much loved father and it is comforting to see him”.

(Also read: Netizens share memes with Sara Ali Khan, Shahid Kapoor on Netflix’s Squid Game!)

On the other hand, Irrfan Khan’s son Babil Khan is all set to make his debut entry into acting. Babil will be soon seen in Netflix film ‘Qala’ opposite Triptii Dimri. Qala is produced by ‘Paatal Lok’ producers Anushka Sharma and Karnesh Sharma’s production house Clean Slate Films.

(Also read: Sanjay Gupta’s thriller starring Fardeen Khan & Riteish Deshmukh titled ‘Visfot’)

Meanwhile, Vicky Kaushal’s film Sardar Udham was firstly supposed to cast Irrfan Khan, but after the actor’s sad demise the makers brought Vicky onboard. After attending the screening of Sardar Udham Irrfan’s wife Sutapa praised Vicky Kaushal for his outstanding performance in the film. She said “When I looked at Vicky on screen, many pages of diaries flooded my memories. I remembered Irrfan’s excitement to do Sardar Udham and his childlike happiness whenever he had a tough role. Looking at Vicky, I remembered Irrfan in the National School of Drama (NSD).”


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