Babil makes his presence felt at the Lakme Fashion Week! Like father, like son, watch video

Irrfan khan: On Sunday, October 16, Babil Khan, the son of the late actor Irrfan Khan, walked the runway for fashion designer Pawan Sachdeva at Lakme Fashion Week X FDCI. Sachdeva’s “The People of Tomorrow” collection will be shown at the show, which will also be Babil’s first time on the runway at Lakme Fashion Week.

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How Babil Express his happiness

Khan, who walked the runway for the first time as the show-stopper for a well-known fashion show, said the chance was “huge.” “It’s a huge chance for me to be the show-stopper for a well-known designer’s collection. I love his style, and I’m both excited and nervous,” he told PTI. Khan, who is known for posting stylish selfies on Instagram, said that this show was special to him because he supports fashion that is good for the environment. “I’m all for sustainable fashion, and I think this collection and fashion week are great ways to promote it,” he told a news agency.

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About Upcoming movie

Khan is excited to start his career as an actor as well as a model. The upcoming Netflix movie “Qala” will be his first full-length movie. Anvita Dutt, who made the movie “Bulbbul,” is in charge of it. It also has lead roles for Tripti Dimri, Swastika Mukherjee, a Tollywood actress, and Amit Sial. In an interview with India Today, the actor-to-be said that his first acting job happened a few months after his father died. Khan said this about his audition for “Qala”: “I don’t know what the story is or what the script is. I just went to the audition.” Baba Irfan had just died at the time. I was broken and vulnerable.” Khan will also be in “The Railway Men,” a web series from YRF Entertainments.

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