Ziya Us Salam an Indian literary and film critic also concurs the same.
By his own admission, he was infatuated with Baburi, a teenage boy, on seeing whom Babur composed a couple of couplets. “Nor power to stay was mine, nor strength to part; I became what you made of me, oh thief of my heart.” Indeed Babur pined for the love of Baburi even after he had acquired several wives and sired many children. Source: An emperor with foibles
Did the first Indian Mughal emperor Babur wrote about his sensual love for a man?