Babil Khan, the son of late actor Irrfan Khan, who made his impressive debut with To start is currently garnering rave reviews for her performance in the Netflix web show The railway workers. While the actor is already in seventh heaven with the success of the series, he will be making his debut at IFFI (International Film Festival of India), an event known for showcasing the best of world cinema.
The 54th edition is known for highlighting the pinnacle of world cinema and providing a platform for filmmakers and talents from around the world.
Speaking about this special opportunity, Babil said, “It is an absolute honor to be invited to the prestigious International Film Festival of India. This festival has a rich history of celebrating exceptional cinematic achievements and is known for bringing the world to India. I’m delighted to be part of it. It’s a platform that has showcased the work of some of the best filmmakers, and what’s better than meeting everyone who is passionate about cinema? I look forward to meeting the most talented people in the world at our festival in India.
The actor will be an integral part of the panel discussion titled “In Conversation: Bringing Stories Rooted in Reality to Screen” alongside other cast members and key members of the Netflix team. The railway workers.
Speaking of the review, Firstpost gave The railway workers 4 stars and wrote: “The show describes not only what happened on that terrible night, but also the health impact of industrial pollution many years later. The best thing about The railway workers is that it never loses track or focus, even when showing the side stories. The realistic depiction with real images will make your heart sink again. This is not a natural disaster, but a human disaster that could certainly have been avoided!