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It was in December 2009 when Aamir Khan had visited Varanasi and booked an auto, belonging to Nathuni. Masquerading as a commoner, Aamir had travelled across the narrow bylanes of Varanasi. During the trip, Aamir had succeeded in locating his maternal grandmother's house, thanks to Nathuni's knowledge of the city. Incidentally, the masquerade was a part of promotion for Aamir's film '3 idiots'.
A native of Usari village in Chakia area of Chandauli, Nathuni, who runs an auto-rickshaw to earn livelihood, has still not forgotten that how he was sitting outside the Cantonment railway station, when a stranger booked his auto and indulged in a friendly interaction. Nathuni said that when he recognised him as Aamir Khan, the latter asked him to keep his visit a secret and help him in searching the place of his maternal grandmother. After Aamir returned to Mumbai, a messenger visited Nathuni's residence with two air tickets and a golden ring. Nathuni visited Mumbai and enjoyed the premiere of Aamir Khan's '3 Idiots' in December.
Now, more than 2 years later, Nathuni visited Aamir's residence in Mumbai on April 14, to hand him an invitation card of his son's wedding. Rajiv, Nathuni's son, has completed his MBA recently. "Initially, Aamir had assured to send his blessings through a video CD, but recently he confirmed that he would be attending the marriage function in person," said Nathuni.
With this confirmation about the arrival of a 'special guest', the celebrations at Nathuni's house as well as the home of Rajiv's to-be-wife, Vijeta, got tinged with added excitement. The bride, Vijeta, just couldn't bring herself to believe that she would tie the knot in the presence of Aamir Khan.
Even as both the families were busy with preparations for the wedding function on Wednesday, to take place in a lawn in Mehmoorganj area, the anticipation of meeting a Bollywood star was quite palpable.

Auto rikshaw driver Ram Lakhan and his son Rajeev along with Amir Khan to invite him at his son's marriage


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