Irrfan Khan's Son, Babil Khan Shares Glimpses Of His Mother, Sutapa Sikdar's Lavish Farmhouse

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Some losses seem way too personal even if they're not and the demise of the late actor, Irrfan Khan, who was everyone's favourite, feels the same. Once in a generation, it is said that comes an actor, who builds a connection with the audience that he seems like a family member to each and every person sitting in the theatre. Their demise feels like a personal loss, and it takes time to come to terms with the fact that our beloved actor is no longer around us. Time might heal every wound, but it can never fill the void left behind by them. Irrfan Khan was one such actor, who had made heads turn with his magical presence on screen and his magnetic personality had fetched him millions and millions of fans and admirers all over the globe. (Recommended Read: Priyanka Chopra Jonas Reveals The Reason Behind Adding Jonas To her Name, It's Not What You Expected)

Irrfan Khan has left behind a legacy with his beautiful family, his sons, Babil and Ayaan and his wife, Sutapa. Irrfan's elder son, Babil is studying filmmaking in London, while his mother, Sutapa lives in India with his younger brother. The young lad often shares soulful memories of his baba with his fans or his lovely family moments, which soothes our soul, watching our favourite actor with his family, in his own element!

Irrfan Khan with his family
Irrfan Khan with his family

On February 10, 2021, Irrfan Khan's son, Babil Khan took to his IG handle and shared some pictures of his mother, Sutapa Sikdar's under construction, lavish farmhouse. One glance at the pictures and we can easily tell how the design of the farmhouse is inspired keeping in line with calmness and serenity that the late actor, Irrfan Khan's personality was! Babil captioned the pictures as "A little vibe of mamma’s farmhouse." Check out the pictures below:

Sutapa Sikdar's farmhouse
Sutapa Sikdar's farmhouse
Sutapa Sikdar's farmhouse
Sutapa Sikdar's farmhouse
Sutapa Sikdar's farmhouse
Sutapa Sikdar's farmhouse
Sutapa Sikdar's farmhouse
Sutapa Sikdar's farmhouse

On January 23, 2021, it was Irrfan Khan's wife, Sutapa Sikdar's first birthday post her husband's demise. Their son, Babil had ensured to treat his mother like a queen on her birthday. Taking to his IG handle, Babil had shared two pictures of his queen and had captioned them as “It’s my queen’s birthday.” (Also Read: Anita Hassanandani And Rohit's Wish To Have His Late Father Back Fulfilled, To Name Their Baby This)

Sutapa Sikdar
Sutapa Sikdar
Sutapa Sikdar
Sutapa Sikdar

On September 23, 2020, late Bollywood actor, Irrfan Khan's son, Babil Khan had taken to his Instagram handle and had shared a beautiful picture with his mother, Sutapa Sikdar. In the picture, Sutapa could be seen hugging her son with a sense of peace, as her eyes were closed. Along with this cute picture, Babil had penned down an emotional note. In his note, Babil had stated that there's nothing left in his life worth living, other than his mother and brother. His teary-eyed note could be read as "You told me to take care of her, but it turned out that she took care of us. Mamma, that lighthouse in the storm, I hope I can give you the world to travel, and everything more that you desire, there is nothing left for me to live now but you and Ayaan."

Babil Khan with his mother
Babil Khan with his mother

Babil Khan had remembered his late father on New Year 2021 and had penned the most endearing note reflecting how he's continuing his journey to the next one with his beloved father. Sharing two memorable pictures with his baba, Babil had written, "On to the next one without you, still with your compassion. Public ko Happy new year!" (Don't Miss: Samantha Akkineni Shares Her 'In Love With Hash' Moment Captured By Her Husband, Naga Chaitanya)

Irrfan Khan and Babil Khan
Irrfan Khan and Babil Khan
Irrfan Khan and Babil Khan
Irrfan Khan and Babil Khan

Well, we can picture Irrfan Khan in his wife's lovely farmhouse!

Images courtesy: Babil Khan