Imran Khan is a Bollywood actor. He was at my office for an interview. That's when I clicked pictures with him.
I was actually going to leave early from office; and just when I was done packing my bag and shutting down the computer, my senior asked me if I could interview Imran Khan. I was so excited! Though I wanted to go home early, I couldn't miss this opportunity. It would've been the first interview of my life. So, I just told her yes.
I was too excited and couldn't hold back my smile. After 20 minutes or so, my senior hurriedly came towards me and said we had to go upstairs for the interview. I had collected all the questions to be asked in the interview. We took them on our iPad and went upstairs.
We waited outside the cabin he was sitting. Then, we went inside, and I was so happy to see him in real. The cabin or the room was very small--good for two people (the interviewer and the interviewee) and a cameraman. We were standing to the right of the cameraman, and the interview began. Actually, there were questions people had asked on Facebook, and he had to answer those.
In between, the lights got dimmed, and quickly, I went to him and asked for a selfie. We clicked and the light was bright again.
After the interview/interaction, I was contented that I took a selfie with him. But later, three girls came in the room and asked for a photograph with him. Seeing the opportunity, I joined them too. And then, my senior clicked a selfie with him, and I again asked the cameraman to click our picture.
I was too happy and waiting back in the office was cent percent worth it.