Babil, the eldest son of the late actor Irrfan Khan, took to social networks to share an emotional moment with netizens. He posted a video of a notebook that belonged to his late father, giving us a glimpse of what the actor had written.
The notebook was a gift from Babil to his Baba (Irrfan didn’t like being called “daddy,” his son said) when he was around 12 years old. “I just found this book in Baba’s closet that I had given him when he was 12 years old (he used to hate it when he used to call him ‘dad’, but as puberty, global westernization began to mature), Maqbool the actor’s son shared on Instagram.
Turns out Irrfan was writing notes about his son’s performance. “I think he was going to teach me after film school, so I think I just found the ‘Book of Eli,'” wrote Babil.
He also went on to share details of what the late actor had written:
“1. The intention: general but specific emotion such as displacement, if it cannot be identified with a specific situation.
2. The text is holy in context, eg, woman in man, self-pity, sexual politics, and so on.
3. Follow the action of the text sincerely and the required emotion will emerge: the lines are intended to tell a story and not convey information.
4. The drama has to be created, it cannot be represented or portrayed as fact. “
Read the post:
“I am here feeling that I am deciphering hydroglyphs from scratch. The rest is SO confusing, I can’t even ask him, ”Babil said.