in ,

Fan Asked Irrfan Khan’s Son His Religion, His Reply Won Our Hearts!

Irrfan Khan’s film work is not only critically lauded in Bollywood but also worldwide recognized. His work in films ranging from the lead role in The Lunchbox to his appearance in the Hollywood action blockbuster Jurassic World has truly wowed his fans.

Irrfan Khan was a teacher before he entered the profession. He taught the kids and charged Rs. 25 per student for the fees. Irrfan Khan built up his net worth up to $50 million by a modest start through commitment and determination.

He was also the first Bollywood actor to appear in two Academy Award-winning films, Slumdog Millionaire in 2008 and Life of Pi in 2012. Legendary actor Irrfan Khan passed away on April 29, 2020, leaving Bollywood business a blank place.

Fan Asked Irrfan Khan's Son His Religion, His Reply Won Our Hearts!

Ever since actor Irrfan Khan drew his last breath, all eyes are on his son Babil Khan. Fans are closely monitoring each move of Irrfan Khan’s son Babil. The young aspiring actor ensures to reply to every remark. Babil also ensures to keep the legacy of his late father alive.

Meanwhile, a social media user was curious to know about his religion. The user simply went on to ask him if he is a Muslim?

Fan Asked Irrfan Khan's Son His Religion, His Reply Won Our Hearts!

However, he didn’t lose his cool or get annoyed by his question. He said adding that he doesn’t belong to any religion. He further wrote, “I am Babil”. Taking to Instagram, Babil shared a screenshot of a comment,

“I’ve read the Bible, Bhagavad Gita, Quran and I’m in the middle of reading Guru Granth Sahib. How we help each other evolve is the basis of all religions.” He also stressed the fact that he was raised as a man without religion.

Fan Asked Irrfan Khan's Son His Religion, His Reply Won Our Hearts!

Written by Sagar Abhinandan

Muslims in India have the highest fertility rate, produce more kids than all other religious groups (major): Pew Report

Muslims in India have the highest fertility rate, produce more kids than all other religious groups (major): Pew Report

Delhi hotel stops woman for wearing Saree, suggest she should wear western casuals, Saree is not smart casual

Delhi hotel stops woman for wearing Saree, suggest she should wear western casuals, Saree is not smart casual