Irrfan Khan’s son Babil is all set to debut in Netflix movie ‘Qala’ produced by Anushka Sharma

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Irrfan Khan’s son Babil is about to make his Netflix debut with the feature film ‘Qala’ produced by Anushka Sharma and her brother Karnesh Sharma’s production house, Clean Slate Filmz. A first-look teaser for Qala has been disclosed by Netflix. An Anvitaa Dutt directorial, the movie features Tripti Dimri and Swastika Mukherjee, and captions the acting debut of Irrfan Khan’s son Babil.

The film is interpreted as a “beautiful, heartbreaking tale about a daughter who seeks her mother’s love.” The teaser reveals the cast and crew filming the movie at a huge snowy valley. We are indicated the director, actors, and the staff filming utilizing conventional cameras as well as drones.

The plot of the movie is being maintained under coats for now, but the cast and efficient team are making us excited already. Adding to that, the stunning location is already making us yearn for the movie.

Earlier in the day, Babil put up with his Instagram handle and shared that he wrapped the initial schedule of his debut movie. He later shared another post along with the first look teaser. In his caption, he was all praise for his co-star Tripti Dimri.

Dutt, who also starred in the acclaimed horror-thriller Bulbbul for the streamer, said, “Mother-daughter relationships are sacred and often complicated. Qala is a beautiful, heartbreaking 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.”

Babil Khan who is relatively active on social media often posts heartfelt images of his father and late actor Irrfan Khan on his feed. The 22-year-old finished his schooling in Mumbai and studied acting at the University of Westminster, London, UK.

Published by Riya Sharma on 12 Apr 2021

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