Actor Jaideep Ahlawat visited deceased actor Irrfan Khan’s Tuesday at home and shared a series of photos from there on his Instagram handle. Jaideep shared the photos and also thanked Irrfan’s wife Sutapa Sikdar for her hospitality. Sutapa also responded to Jaideep’s post in the comments. Also read: Pankaj Tripathi gets emotional when he remembers Irrfan Khan on the anniversary of his death

Jaideep shared the photos, writing: “Dada, aapne jo paed lagaye, they want fal dene Lage hain (Brother, the seeds you planted are now starting to bear fruit). Thank you so much Mrs. @sikdarsutapa for everything… I felt like I was at home. See you soon Bro @babil.I Love You.”

In one photo you can see an emotional Jaideep posing for Irrfan’s portrait and in another photo with the home-grown mangoes from Irrfan’s garden. He also shared a photo of filmmaker Anup Singh’s book Irrfan: Dialogues With The Wind. Sutapa also left a message for Jaideep in the book that reads: “To Jaideep, may you always shine and have a wind in your wings. Be the change. Blessings and love always. From Sutapa, Irrfan, Babil and Ayaan.”

Sutapa responded to the post: “Some relationships are not blood, I felt that with you yesterday. My blessings always.” Actor Richa Chadha wrote, “Mohabbat dher saari (much love).” Many fans saw how emotional Jaideep looked in the photo

Irrfan made his screen debut in the 1988 Academy Award-nominated film Salaam Bombay!, directed by Mira Nair. His last film was Angrezi Medium, which came out just a few weeks before his death. Irrfan died on April 29, 2020 after a two-year battle with a neuroendocrine tumor.

Jaideep recently finished shooting his movie The Devotion Of Suspect X. In addition to Jaideep, there are also Kareena Kapoor Khan, Vijay Varma. The murder mystery project is the film adaptation of one of Keigo Higashino’s most acclaimed works. The film is directed by filmmaker Sujoy Ghosh and supported by film producers Jay Shewakramani, Akshai Puri and Thomas Kim.

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