In his newest launch Cobalt Blue, actor Prateik Babbar pays a particular tribute to his mom, late actor Smita Patil. In one of many scenes, he’s seen sharing display screen house together with her portrait.

Recently, he took to social media to share a clip from the scene and wrote, “This is the primary time (& hopefully not the final) my attractive mom & I’ll ever be seen in the identical body collectively.. even when it’s simply her {photograph}.. (sic)”.

Talking to us, an overwhelmed Babbar says, “It is a sense I discover troublesome to articulate. It is like she was holding my hand and guiding me via the whole approach.”

He shares that this onscreen second will stay etched in his coronary heart for years to come. “The character I painting occurs to be a fan of the late nice Smita Patil. And I’m her son! It will perpetually be a treasured second and reminiscence for me,” he says.

Smita Patil

Quiz him if he worries being often called ‘Smita Patil’s son’ regardless of working his approach up within the movie business, and the Hiccups And Hookups actor disagrees. He provides, “I would like to proceed engaged on my craft and be the very best model of myself, as an actor and a human being. I would like to proceed pursuing my ardour and loving what I do, and thru my work, I would like to proceed to do justice to who my mom was.”

The 35-year-old, who misplaced his mom when he was all of 15-days previous, desires to go away no stone unturned to hold her legacy alive. Stressing on the necessity to make the correct profession selections, he says, “I’m actually trying so hard and I’ll by no means cease or quit. I hope individuals really feel that I’m certainly doing justice to her legacy. I hope she does.”

Talking concerning the response he obtained for enjoying a queer character in Cobalt Blue, Babbar says, “I’ve obtained from particular suggestions from the queer neighborhood. I believe it has touched the correct chords amongst them. It has been obtained extraordinarily nicely and all of the suggestions that I’ve been receiving has been phenomenal and intensely encouraging. Intimacy between two same-sex individuals is a pure phenomenon. It’s about time we settle for and respect it for what it’s. Love has no gender.”

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