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Aamir Khan’s Satyamev Jayate 2 to go on air from March 2: Watch promo!
Mr Perfectionist’s social hit show is back with its second season, which will go on air from March 2
Aamir Khan garnered appreciation for creating a debate on the country’s pressing social problems through Satyamev Jayate, that dealt with a number of hard hitting social topics. Click here to read more
Aamir Khan’s Satyamev Jayate season 2 in January 2014?
The Dhoom:3 actor will be back with the new season of his popular chat show on Star Plus
We’d told you that Aamir Khan is looking forward to the second season of his popular chat show Satyamev Jayate (SJ), and that the Bollywood actor will begin work on it once he finishes his film commitments. There’s news now that Satyamev Jayate 2 might air from January 2014. Click here to read more
Court directs Om Puri to pay Rs 3 lakh per month to wife
The actor was already paying half of the amount to his spouse Nandita Puri, and now his expenses have mounted
Veteran actor Om Puri who is fighting a case against his wife Nandita Puri where she accused him of domestic violence, has been directed to pay a monthly maintenance to his wife and son by the Family Court. Click here to read more
Yukta Mookhey to settle marital rift amicably?
The actor and former Miss World was asked by the judge to go in for an out-of-court settlement with her husband
Yukta Mookhey and her estranged husband Prince Tuli have been requested by Justice Sadhana Jadhav to go in for an out-of-court settlement in their marital dispute case, say reports. Click here to read more
Yukta Mookhey’s husband Prince Tuli moves Bombay High Court for anticipatory bail
The former Miss World and Bollywood actor had filed a complaint against her estranged husband for domestic violence
Update: Prince Tuli, actor Yukta Mookhey’s husband, was denied anticipatory bail by a Mumbai Sessions Court in August for alleged domestic violence. He has now filed a petition in the Bombay High Court seeking anticipatory bail. His court hearing is scheduled for tomorrow, September 17.
Earlier report (dated September 2, 2013): Bollywood actor Yukta Mookhey’s estranged husband Prince Tuli was denied anticipatory bail by the Mumbai Sessions Court on Saturday, August 31.
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Om Puri gets interim protection from arrest
The veteran actor had approached the sessions court after his wife filed a domestic violence complaint against him
In a recent development, the Sessions court has granted Om Puri interim protection from arrest. Puri was accused of domestic by his wife Nandita Puri Click here to read more
Om Puri denies domestic violence allegations
The actor finally reacts on the domestic violence allegations
Veteran actor Om Puri, who has been accused of domestic violence by his second wife Nandita Puri, denied the allegations, saying he was in Kolkata when he was alleged to have beaten her. Click here to read more
Om Puri absconding after being charged with domestic violence
Update: The police has been trying to trace the absconding actor
Actor Om Puri was accused of domestic violence following a complaint lodged by wife Nandita Puri. The police reached Om Puri’s home to arrest him but he was missing. Click here to read more
‘Satyamev Jayate’ Independence Day episode: Was Aamir Khan’s show really successful?
Did Aamir Khan’s TV chat show work? The August 15 special episode traced the Satyamev Jayate team’s journey and the show’s impact
As the familiar tune of Satyamev Jayate from Aamir Khan‘s chat show reverberated from the TV screens today, it took us back to the many Sundays we had spent watching the show and admiring the actor-turned-crusader. This time though, the show was being aired on a Wednesday, for a very special reason: today is August 15 – the Indian Independence Day. It was a clever strategy by Star India to schedule the telecast of the final episode, titled Satyamev Jayate Ka Safar, for a time when most TV channels were airing I-Day specials and the National channel, the Prime Minister’s speech. So what was the response to Satyamev Jayate? Was it really a lasting success, or has the euphoria died down? Let’s take a look. Click here to read more
Aamir Khan to Parliament: Want FDI in pharma sector and cheaper drugs
The actor-filmmaker and host of TV show Satyamev Jayate wants reform in the pharma and medical sectors in India
The impact of Aamir Khan’s TV show Satyamev Jayate is unprecedented, even garnering response from the Parliament. He has discussed various issues on the show including female foeticide, dowry, domestic violence, child sexual abuse and medical malpractices. Click here to read more
Aamir Khan takes a ride in Shanno’s cab!
And by doing that he fulfilled a promise made on the sets of his popular television show Satyamev Jayate
When we woke up to the buzz about Aamir Khan attending the wedding of autorickshaw driver Ram Lakhan’s son, we smiled, thinking of it as a one-off incident. Click here to read more
Satyamev Jayate: Aamir Khan reaches Parliament to expose medical malpractice!
Aamir Khan has impressed many with his popular TV show Satyamev Jayate that concentrates on tackling sensitive social issues like child abuse, dowry and domestic violence. Among those who admire him are the Members of Parliament. Rajya Sabha MP Shanta Kumar of Bharatiya Janata Party, who is also the head of parliamentary standing committee on commerce, had invited Aamir Khan to enlighten the members regarding malpractices of the medical fraternity. Aamir has reached Parliament and this panel discussion is taking place right now. Soon we will know if Aamir has been successful in helping pass yet another bill for the welfare of the society! Watch this space for any updates.
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‘Satyamev Jayate’ impact: Aamir Khan to meet parliamentary panel
The actor has been invited by the panel to discuss his insight into medical malpratices, which he highlighted on his TV show Satyamev Jayate
A parliamentary panel has invited actor Aamir Khan, who exposed malpractices in the medical sector on his Satyamev Jayate TV programme, for an interaction on the issue. He will appear Thursday morning with his team. Click here to read more
SATYAMEV JAYATE episode 7: Aamir Khan handles domestic violence with sensitivity
The actor-turned-chat show host discussed the issue with a studio audience composed entirely of men
“Patriarchy has defined masculinity such that men can’t cry even when their mothers die,” says an activist on the seventh episode of Satyamev Jayate. Aamir Khan adds, “I cry a lot.” Click here to read more