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Hold your breath! The Khan Trinity – Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, Aamir Khan – on stage together!

The tune of the Khan reunion which started at Salman Khan's sister Arpita's wedding seems to have reached its climax on the sets of Rajat Sharma's show 'Aap Ki Adalat'.

Written by Sonal Gera , Edited by Sarika Sharma | New Delhi |
Updated: December 3, 2014 2:05:12 pm
Seeing the three Khans under one roof and on one stage was a dream of every cinegoer in India and Rajat Sharma managed to accomplish this rarity. Seeing the three Khans under one roof and on one stage was a dream of every cinegoer in India and Rajat Sharma managed to accomplish this rarity.

The tune of the Khan reunion which started at Salman Khan’s sister Arpita’s wedding seems to have reached its climax on the sets of Rajat Sharma’s show ‘Aap Ki Adalat’. And just like the climax of Hindi movies, this one too had its “happy ending”.

It was the occasion of the completion of 21 years of the show ‘Aap Ki Adalat’ and hence, the shoot of this special episode, which took place last night (December 2) at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, was attended by the who’s who of the nation including Prime Minister Narendra Modi. But the presence of the three mighty Khans stole the show completely.

We stumbled across these pictures of theirs where they seem to be ease with other. While the Khans appear to be smiling, Rajat Sharma, the host of the show, seems to be attacking them with his questions with his usual sheepish smile.

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Seeing the three Khans under one roof and on one stage was a dream of every cinegoer in India and Rajat Sharma managed to accomplish this rarity.

Another picture from the same event was posted on Twitter by the CEO of ColorsTV – Raj Nayak.

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