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May 10, 2012

'Satyamevajayate' - a must watch

Without any expectations I watched Aamir Khan's 'Satyamevajayate' first episode on youtube HD video. Quite frankly, I liked the first episode on female infanticide, immensely.

The best part of it is the method that Aamir Khan showed on taking the matter to its conclusion.

I wish Aamir Khan takes up other burning issues. I also wish, the other vernacular TVs start their own versions in addition to the translated versions of Satyamevajayate. I am hopeful and positive that shows like Satyamevajayate are going to create a new path on taking issues to its logical and favourable conclusion.

Kudos to Meena Sharma and Shripal Shaktawat for their sting operation and daring expose of female infanticide. Praying God that the cases are disposed off quickly and guilty doctors punished. And the Governments felicitate Meena Sharma and Shripal Shaktawat for their positive contributions.

One poignant point that comes out during the statistics shown by Aamir Khan is that the malaise is not visible in the state of Andhra Pradesh.

Kudos to all my fellow తెలుగుs (Telugus) for this outstanding deviation. తెలుగు వారికి నా ఆభినందనలు. As said in Singapore, 'Low crime doesn't mean no crime'. Lets not be complacent about it. Lets all educate those educated fools from committing these heinous crimes. 

Thank you very much Aamir for this show.

For those who missed the show, I am embeddding the same here.



Btw, those who cannot/couldnot vote via mobile, please go to the website - http://satyamevjayate.in/
and support the initiative.

Satyamevajayate!


10 comments:

  1. I saw the last part but loved the reaction and awareness it created...kudos..we need such shows on TV, not the usual Saas bahu crap!

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    1. Absolutely. I am happy that celebrities like Aamir Khan are taking the initiative to create awareness. Good things are happening!!!

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    2. Wow.. thats a dare show. yes we need such shows. sad but truly this is still part of many states.
      In andhra also its there i guess in remote parts .. but i have not seen in any of my friends families etc. Again there is a difference between wishing for a child of particular sex and discriminating .

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  2. A very path breaking show!!! Hats Off to Amir

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    1. Seriously, this kind of revolution is what everyone is waiting for. Wish celebrities like Rajnikanth also take up burning issues.

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  3. Finally a place where they discuss real issues! Rumor has it that Rakhi Sawant is claiming this was copied!

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  4. I also watched the first episode on TV. It is indeed a great program !!!

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    1. Even though it was the first episode, it was quite gripping. The 64 minute (without advertisements) episode went off so fast I didn't realise that it is ending. It was good job.

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  5. I missed it on Sunday :) nice post on its highlights !
    gotta watch this Sunday !

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    1. Please do so. You will be more inspired.

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