Even today, his family is not able to recover from the demise of Bollywood film industry veteran Irrfan Khan. Ever since his death, Irrfan Khan’s elder son Babil is remembering his father by posting on social media. Meanwhile, Babil has expressed his anger through a post on social media. He says that he does not like the political debate over the death of Sushant Singh Rajput. But now that once the debate about nepotism has started, there is hope for change. For this change, his father Irfan Khan had been fighting all his life. Babil has recently spoken about a long and wide post on his Instagram account.
Babil wrote on Instagram, ‘You know my father taught me one of the most important things as a student of cinema? Before I went to film school, they warned me that I would have to prove myself because Bollywood is rarely respected in the world. One has to make his own place here. Bollywood was not respected, there was no value due to no awareness of Indian cinema from the 60s to the 90s. In world cinema, there is only one lecture about Indian cinema called ‘Bollywood and Beyond’ and in that people only make fun. ‘
Babil further wrote, ‘Even talking about Satyajit Ray and K. Asif and Indian cinema was difficult. Do you know why? Because we, as Indian audiences, refused to grow. My father started his life trying to elevate the art of acting under the circumstances of Bollywood and regrets, but at the box office he lost to some of the six-packaged hanks who speak a line of dialogue and laws in their films. Defies the rules of. And he lost out on films denying physics and reality. ‘
With this, Babil further wrote, ‘Here the presentation of item song, sexism and orthodox patriarchy created by Photoshop has become the nature of Bollywood. At the same time, a change is coming, there is a new fragrance in the atmosphere. Today the youth is looking for a new place.
Babil wrote, ‘Now people have made Sushant’s death a political issue, but if we want some positive change, this is the time to adopt it.’