Wednesday, 23 May 2012

some review about Satyamev Jayate

I have just watched the first episode of Satyamev Jayate. I am so surprised and I am still teary after watching the episode. I cried so much, and i felt so bad for those women who have gone through this. It just hurt so bad to just sit here listening to what is happening in a country we all have such a common love for. Why is this happening? Why can’t people see the beauty in a women, in a child, in a beautiful little girl? How can people just kill a life, a soul, a heart just by their own hands? Why don’t people see the difference between good or bad? How can’t people not see the blood in their hands which is creating their life? Every child, every women, every girl, every soul who goes to this gets a scar. A scar for life, which never leaves them. How can you fix a leaf when you have just toured it with your own hands? 
Coming to Aamir. I am just so happy. I have always loved this man. He never fails to surprise. Everytime he comes up with something, it’s a bang! The warmth in his words, and the way the show started was so good. He himself were crying on the show when he heard about what the women have gone through. And most of all: I was glad he told about the reason why a women gets pregnant with a girl and not a boy. It’s the men’s sperm which decides if it’s going to be a boy or a girl. I have always knewn this, but today i am so happy that more people will know about it.
Thank you for raising awareness, Aamir. I am eagerly waiting for your next episode.  

Satyamev Jayate..I ended up watching the whole episode in one sitting just then, and it’s worth every tear. I don’t think I can constructively add a hell lot to the praise that’s already been directed towards it..but all I have to say is, don’t disregard it if you’re not an Aamir fan. Please please please don’t. It’s not something worth judging according to who’s hosting and who’s not. Whether you choose to call it Aamir’s passion driven initiative or a thought out lengthy publicity gimmick is totally up to you, but the messages being given and the awareness being raised is way above, beyond, and worth giving much more importance to. Please guys, give it a try..I can guarantee it won’t disappoint.

I have been waiting for Aamir Khans new show: Satyamev Jayate. And now it has finally aired. I have heard so much good stuff about it, but haven’t got the time to watch it myself. Finally, after being through some of my tests i have got time. I am so going to watch it now. Aamir never fails to surprise! (:
Just saw Aamir Khan’s “Satyamev Jayate”..brilliant show. First episode was about killing girl child in India. Was very shocked to know that most of the abortions actually happen in Urban and developed places and NOT rural/villages. One woman was almost forced to abort her twin daughters and her husband was a surgeon..her father in law was a professor and her mother in law was a teacher. [Her husband’s family forced her to abort the child]…honestly what an educated ignorant world we live in. Seems like the more educated you become, the more shallower, selfish, ignorantly illiterate you are.  People have forgotten that the more girls they tend to abort = the less chances for their sons to get married. 
First of all, I’m so glad that Aamir Khan is using his celebrity and far reach to do something so important. i think the format he’s using to share the stories of ordinary people and the human rights struggles that so many people have struggled with for decades. Female foeticide/infanticide is such a big problem and it’s horrifying to think that thanks to the 1000 boys/755 girls ratio that exists in parts of the country where female foeticide has increased that human trafficking of young girls from other parts of the country has skyrocketed as well. I’m so glad he’s sharing real stories and real data- and most of all, that he explained that it is the male sperm that decides the sex of a child.
The most frustrating part of the episode for me was when he brought the two journalists in who did a sting operation across the country and exposed 140 doctors who participate in this crime. I cannot believe that it’s been 7 years since they aired it on national television and that all of the doctors- all of them!- are still practicing and making money and even getting promoted. It’s disgusting. As well as the judge who told the woman who was forced to abort 6 of her daughters that there was nothing wrong with what her family was doing- what’s wrong with wanting a son? Doesn’t everyone want one? Wasn’t it insane?


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