Irrfan Khan and Sutapa Sikdar’s son Babil Khan is all set to foray into films with his first project, Qala. While many wait for his debut, he recently pointed out why he isn’t a big fan of the word ‘debut.’ He also said that nobody would have cared about him if he wasn’t a star kid. Also read: Qala trailer: Tripti Dimri is a 1940s’ singer jealous of rival Babil Khan’s rise

Qala is directed by Anvita Dutt. It stars Tripti Dimri and Swastika Mukherjee and chronicles the complicated relationship between a singer and her mother against the background of 1940s in Kolkata. In the film, Babil appears as Tripti’s rival. It’s produced by Karnesh Ssharma’s Clean Slate Filmz and will release on Netflix on December 1.

When asked about his disapproval of the term ‘debut’, Babil Khan shared his thoughts ahead of the film’s release. He told Film Companion, “If I was not Irrfan…

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