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Aamir’s Satyamev Jayate goes to China

The rights have been sold to a Chinese production house

A poster of second season of Satyamev Jayate
A poster of second season of Satyamev Jayate

Aamir Khan’s TV show — Satyamev Jayate created enough buzz when it was announced in 2012. The content and presentation of the show got a huge thumbs up for both its seasons — aired in 2013 and 2014; five episodes of the second were aired earlier in March. Interestingly, Star India has sold the rights of the show to a production company in China.
“When we did the first season of Satyamev Jayate, we got inquiries from many parts of Asia and Africa. But the country from where we saw the maximum interest was China and we have just sold the rights of the show to a production company in China,” Star India CEO Uday Shankar was quoted as saying at a session organised by the Paley Media Centre.
For the time being, however, the channel is not revealing any more details about the deal. A spokesperson from the channel said that Shankar is not in India, and the details will be only revealed once he is back.
However, at the session Shankar mentioned that if it were not for the support from 21st Century Fox co-COO James Murdoch, the show would not have happened.
The second part of the second season of the show is under production and can be expected soon.

Aamir’s unreleased film to  air on &Pictures

Aamir Khan’s unreleased movie is set to be aired on &Pictures on June 8 at 8 pm. The actor is making extra efforts to make it as enticing for his audience as he can. However, to arouse the curiosity of the audience even the name of the movie hasn’t been revealed, let alone the details about when it was shot and the cast of the film. The film is based on reality and is full of drama, love, dreams, action and tragedy. Interestingly, the actor  will also share interesting snippets  and talk about his experiences while shooting, his role etc during the break.

By Priyanka Bhadani with input from Geety Sahgal