Bollywood actor Irrfan Khan is no longer in this world but his son keeps remembering him every day and shares emotional posts. These days, Irfan's son Babil is very active on social media. Babil keeps sharing his views with the people. Babil has talked about the discrimination happening to him. He said, "Because of a different religion, his friends do not even talk to him". He has raised many questions through his Instagram post recently. Babil wrote that "Can't even post anything of how I feel about the people in power without my whole team telling me that it might end my career. Can you believe this? I'm scared, I'm afraid. I don't want to be. I just want to feel free again. I don't want to be judged by my religion. I am not my religion, I'm a Human Being".
Apart from this, he has written, "Every year the holiday on Eid which was on Friday this time has been cancelled, but on Monday, the holiday has been given for Rakshabandhan. Never mind, I will celebrate Eid on Saturday." Babil has further written, "I know that the whole world is under threat, but this religious division in our beautiful and secular India is scary. Some of my friends have stopped talking to me because I belong to a particular religion. These are friends with whom I used to play cricket at the age of 12. My Hindu, Muslim, Christian, Sikh, human friend. I miss those days when you didn't care about my surname."
Babil has written "I am waiting for your comments going to Pakistan and anti-nationals. First of all, let me tell you that I love India. I am saying this because I do my studies in London and whenever I go there I am always waiting to come back to my house. I sit in a rickshaw with my friends and wait to roam. I love India I love my country Don't you dare call me anti nationalist. I am a boxer and promise to break your nose the next time you say so."
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