The model named Navpreet Kaur took to social media to give a first-hand experience of how she was treated at King Khan’s ‘Mannat’
“I promised myself I'll never post it, but this memory is too precious to just keep it to myself. Cheers to this oh so blessed day of my life at #Mannat. The king @iamsrk himself baked a pizza, and that too veg because ‘kuch punjabi veg bhi hote hain’. All the while I was at his house, I thought I was dreaming and someone was soon going to wake me up. I kept my calm and composure because I didn't want to freak out in front of him.”... is how the model named Navpreet Kaur described her experience of having visited King Khan Shah Rukh Khan’s dream abode ‘Mannat’.
For all those who were wondering as to what she was referring to, well... let us tell you that the model whose name is Navpreet Kaur, had got an invite to ‘Mannat’ to meet Shah Rukh Khan and his family. No sooner did she get the ‘Mannat experience’ like a true-blue Shah Rukh Khan fan, she not just got a selfie clicked with the ‘Pathaan’ superstar, but also, took to social media and penned down her ‘dream-come-true' experience of meeting Shah Rukh khan and visiting his palatial abode ‘Mannat’.
The lucky model continued her ‘Mannat’ experience by saying, “When the excitement of sitting at the dining table with him, his family and Pooja (Dadlani, SRK's manager) was bubbling up, I excused myself and asked for the way to the washroom. He got up from his chair and like an unbelievably warm host, escorted me to the washroom door. At this point my heart wanted to scream out of excitement, so I looked at mirror in the room, and I found myself silently screaming out loud, over this unbelievable incident. The dinner was served and I was full with one slice. My stomach was busy digesting my excitement."
Not the one to stop at that, Navpreet Kaur wrote, “Gauri is a darling. Abram is my new best friend, although he might not remember me in a couple of days. Aryan is such a warm, sweetheart, against his angry-young-man looks. Suhana was busy slaying. Pooja is her iconic self, and I'm still refusing to believe that it wasn't a dream’'.
Recalling her time to bid goodbye to the King Khan and his ‘Mannat’, Navpreet Kaur wrote, ‘After we said goodbyes, his highness escorted me all the way down, where my cab was waiting and my cab driver didn't waste the opportunity of taking a selfie with him. Smart guy. Miracles do happen’.