New Delhi: Many have been the platforms that tried to bring the three biggest Khans- Shah Rukh, Salman and Aamir- of Bollywood together but no one got any success.
But since past few months it's been seen that the relationship between the trio is turning good and gracious particularly between Salman and Shah Rukh, who shared cold shoulder for last few years.
And now when the old grudges have been forgone and the new beginning is set to take place, couple of platforms like Congress MLA Baba Siddiqui's Iftar party and Salman's sister Arpita Khan's wedding have paved the way for SRK and Dabangg Khan to rejuvenate their old friendship.
However, our story here is about all the three Khans for whom it's been a long while that they shared any pose together. At Arpita's wedding it was expected that they might come together and may be we could get a pose of a lifetime. Though they did arrive but we either got to witness Salman-Aamir or Salman-Shah Rukh at different occasions.
But now it's another chance and on a rather bigger platform, which will mark the celebration of India TV News Channel's epic show Aap Ki Adalat hosted by Rajat Sharma completing 21 years. The list of the guests is out and almost all affluent personalities who were given judgments on the viewers' most loved court will mark their presence.
And it's needless to say that Salman, Shah Rukh and Aamir are indeed invited and this time their presence is absolutely guaranteed that to together.
The Pragati Maidan, Delhi on December 2nd will be the historical place to have the three Khans among other public figures. There is no sub ceremony to that event so that trio get themselves divided at different time to escape the other Khan like what we saw at Arpita's wedding.
The event will commence at evening and performances by singers and celebs will be witnessed there. While one could judge out the gravity of the ceremony with media magnets giving head-turning appearance, all eyes will surely be on Salman, Shah Rukh and Aamir who would steal away the limelight with their togetherness.
So, just let's wait for tomorrow.