Here’s why Twinkle Khanna’s first book had a rickshaw on the cover.
Twinkle Khanna likes to keep it natural and funny. It wouldn't be wrong to say that she never fails to amaze us with her humour-loaded posts on social media. Now, she has shared a video of herself riding an auto with her daughter Nitara. The author has also shared a detailed caption narrating an incident from the past. Wearing a gorgeous printed outfit with her sunglasses on, Twinkle Khanna can be seen happily interacting with the auto driver. Well, it's her interesting story that kept us glued to her post. She started with, “Now you know why my first book [Mrs Funnybones] had a rickshaw on the cover).” She, further, wrote, “As a teenager, my friends used to call me ‘Rickshaw Rani' and I guess old habits die hard.” Going down memory lane, she shared, “I recall one ride where I began the journey by asking, Bhaisaab, how many years have you been driving this auto?” The diminutive driver replied, “Memsaab one year now, before I do embroidery work. I didn't like it... but good money. Saved and bought seven gold biscuits, all gone in my daughter's marriage now. But, I still have one gold biscuit left at home so God is kind.”
Later, while getting off the auto, Twinkle Khanna gave him some "kind" advice. She said, “Don't tell anyone about the gold biscuit bhaisaab! One never knows what kind of people are out there. Someone may murder you.” After this, she wrote, “He blinked rather manically and in a hackneyed manner replied, ‘Ma ka doodh piya hai, let someone try, I will cut his throat.'” Twinkle Khanna continued, “Which was all well and good, Bollywood influences and all I thought, till he pulled out a butcher's knife from under his seat and said, “See this!”
Talking about her latest auto ride, Twinkle Khanna said, “Today, there were no knives and this turned out to be an unexpected but great end to my last day in town as the little one and I giggled all the way back home. Drop a heart if you love Bombay and all its madness too.”