Irrfan Khan’s son Babil is all set to make his debut in Netflix’s ‘Qala’; Here’s what we know

Irrfan Khan may not arrive on the screen yet his own son Babil is having his debut in an upcoming project “Qala” that will exclusively be streaming on Netflix. Read more to know more.

After the untimely demise of Irrfan Khan in 2020 his fans and endeavours couldn’t replace the void for sure, yet every dusk beacons a dawn and here too; Irrfan Khan may not arrive on the screen yet his own son Babil is having his debut in an upcoming project “Qala” that will exclusively be streaming on Netflix.

The movie was announced in Films Day event on Monday and there media covered Babil’s emotional statement where he revealed his mental status and anguish regarding his father’s departure and how the team has made him feel good and overcome everything. He also expressed his enthusiasm as he decided to join it even before he had read the script.

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His statement reads, “Mujhe sujha bhi nahi kya story hai, kya script hai, I just went for the audition. And at that time, Baba [Irrfan] had just passed away. I was broken and vulnerable.” as reported by India Today,

While Netflix drops its first look, Babil in his Instagram handle shared pictures from Qala, annoucing “My entire journey as an actor, for better or for worse, will unfold in front of your eyes and I am the most gratefulestestest to have begun the first step in @anvita_dee ‘s embrace. Presenting Qala,”

Qala is set in the early 1930s and will focus on the life of musicians and how parenting affects. Alongside Babil, Tripti Damri is to be seen in the film also with Swastika Mukherjee.
Helming by Anvitaa Dutt, the project is produced by Clean Slate Filmz, who’s former co-owner was Anushka Sharma.

The director described Qala as a heart-breaking story “about a daughter who craves her mother’s love.” “I am ecstatic to have such incredible actors on-board and cannot wait for the world to discover the film with Tripti, Babil and Swastika.

“It’s always a pleasure to partner with Clean Slate Filmz and Netflix as they believe in bringing to life empowered stories like ‘Bulbbul’, and now ‘Qala,'” she added. Qala is yet to proclaim its release date.

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