Actor Babil Khan shows how he listens to bad screenplay and tries “to pretend”, in a set of Instagram pictures

In recent Instagram photos shared on Monday, Babil Khan depicts how he listens to bad screenplay and attempts to “pretend.”

Babil Khan, Irrfan Khan’s son, is an enthusiastic social media user who frequently shares intriguing nuggets from his life. Following suit, the late actor’s son demonstrates how he listens to bad screenplay and attempts to “pretend.” Babil took to Instagram on Monday to publish a series of photos depicting how he listens to bad screenplay. “Listening to bad screenplay and trying to pretend,” he said with the photographs, in which he can be seen staring and smiling.

Actor Vijay Varma responded to the post by writing, “Been there, done that.” Richa Chadha, on the other hand, said, “I’m an expert at eating my yawns now.”


Babil recently shared a before and after photo of himself after shaving his beard and trimming his hair. Taking to Instagram, he posted a series of photos showing himself losing ’10 years in 10 minutes,’ and guess what… it’s not a scam. Not only that, but his followers consider his shift as admirable. When he posted his images, he wrote, “The ‘wait, what?!’ spectrum. How to lose ten years in ten minutes, no scam, buy now”

Meanwhile, Babil is getting ready to make his acting debut in “Qala.” Anvitaa Dutt has directed the Netflix film, which is produced by Anushka Sharma’s Clean Slate Filmz. Tripti Dimri, a Bulbul actress, also features in the film. Babil has completed his first shooting schedule.

For those who are unaware, Babil’s father, actor Irrfan Khan, died last April 29 at the age of 54. In 2018, he was diagnosed with neuroendocrine cancer. After a two-year fight with neuroendocrine tumour, he died in Mumbai’s Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital. He was most recently seen in the film “Angrezi Medium.”