Late actor Irrfan Khan’s son Babil, slams Go First Airline

Go First Airlines (previously known as Go Air) seems to be stacking up a very bad reputation with tinsel town celebrities.

Just last month, actress Chitrangada Singh shared a video on her Instagram handle slamming the same airline stating that they had the “rudest, worst airhostesses”. Before her post, actor Arya Babbar too had posted a clip on his social media where he was embroiled in a verbal argument with a pilot of Go First Airlines.

The latest from Bollywood to share his angst with the airline is Babil Khan, son of late actor Irrfan Khan. He shared a selfie of himself on his stories feed of Instagram and wrote, “I know Go Air has that rude staff reputation but I informed one of the employees at the boarding gate that I had misplaced my boarding pass and the guy is like, ‘Lovely, go catch the next flight.’ That is not rude that is savage. (I had a boarding pass on my phone but I am used to the old fashioned way. Thank god he didn’t ask me whether or not I had a digital copy because I would have been robbed of the savagery).”

Babil Khan is the third in three months who has had something negative to say about Go First Airline.

When Chitrangada posted her message on Instagram, she added that the incident she was referring to did not happen to her but the passenger sitting next to her and apparently the airhostess was very rude to her co-passenger who was being polite and patient with the airhostess despite her arrogant behavior.

Arya Babbar, in his post, said that while in conversation with the Go First pilot cracked a joke which did not go down  well with the pilot who evidently started arguing with the actor. The actor, while sharing the clip said, “Sensitive Pilot. @g8.goair @gofirstairways Go Air fines people if they laugh.”

The airline is yet to respond to these comments and complaints officially.



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