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Late actor Irrfan Khan’s son Babil Khan is all set to make his acting debut soon. On Thursday night, he was seen with his mother Sutapa Sikdar in the city as they attended the special screening of Vicky Kaushal starrer ‘Sardar Udham’. Recently, it was confirmed that Irrfan was the first choice for the film.

Babil and his mother were seen striking a pose for the paparazzi that was stationed outside the theatre. As soon as Babil’s video was shared on social media, netizens started 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’.

One of the users wrote, “He looks exactly like Ali in Squid Game.” Another user wrote, “Squid game wale ali bhai
” Others were seen complimenting him for his sweet behaviour. A comment read, “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.” While some users felt that he looks exactly like his father. A 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.

️” Have a look:

Meanwhile, Vicky recently spoke about stepping into Irrfan’s shoes and essaying the character of Sardar Udham Singh. He told BT, “Ever since I stepped into the industry, I have been hungry to collaborate with Shoojit sir. When I got this opportunity, I grabbed it with both hands. Irrfan sir was in a league of his own. It’s not possible for me or any other actor to fill his shoes. He was one of the greatest actors in the world. Look at the quality of his work. I love him as an actor and deeply admire him. We lost him way too soon. I felt like his spirit and blessings were around us. For me, the attempt was never to fill his shoes because I knew I could never achieve that. The aim was to act to the best of my ability and surrender completely to Shoojit sir’s version of Sardar Udham.”

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