Three hundred-odd students at the Janki Devi Memorial College in Central Delhi could not believe their ears and went on cheering as their lecturers announced that Mr Cameron and the actor would be interacting with them in a few minutes.
The students, who waited for almost four hours, did not know that David Cameron was the 'VVIP' and Aamir Khan was the 'big star' who would be calling on them at their college.
Khan and Cameron also clicked photographs with Women Cab Drivers.
Aamir Khan and David Cameron interacted with students of Janaki Devi Memorial College in New Delhi.
The politician and the actor took the queries from the students and spoke on issues of gender equality in society, women safety etc.
Khan later said that most of the queries from the young women were related to the low status of women in society and how they can best use their education.
It's not a ordinary day when superstar Aamir Khan comes visiting your college with British Prime Minister David Cameron. The students of a Delhi University college got to interact with the actor and the politician when the duo visited their campus on Tuesday.
Khan, who interacted with the students for nearly 30 minutes with Cameron, said the girls had questions on how to get jobs inside and outside the country.
The programme, kept a secret till the last minute, saw 46-year-old British Prime Minister and Aamir Khan, a year older to him, walking into the auditorium of the college at 4 pm on February 19, 2013.
British Prime Minister David Cameron and Bollywood Actor Aamir Khan during their interaction with Women Cab Drivers at Janki Devi College.