Bollywood's all praises for Aamir's TV show
Here's what your favourite celebrities are tweeting.
Aamir Khan's much-anticipated TV debut Satyamev Jayate has received an exceptional response from Bollywood. Here's what they have to say about his show...
Shabana Azmi tweeted: 'Watching Aamir Khans TV show on female foeticide. SUPERB. Bravo Aamir.. What a huge service u r doing. Bless u. Jeete Raho. Khush raho. Aamir Khans show can bring a revolution. Thoroughly researched covers all aspects touches emotional chord n forces us to reexamine ourselves.'
Simi Garewal wrote: 'Congrats #AamirKhan and #StarTV. I believe #SatyamevJayate will be not just a TV show - but a movement.'
Dia Mirza thanked Aamir for the show: 'I always wanted something like this on TV. Thank you Aamir for stirring a people that sundays are 'lazy' 4 n 'others' problems r not theirs.'
Ameesha Patel wrote: 'Aamir khan is truly an inspiration n idol.super show.eye opener n deals w such imp social issues.hats off to aamir.'
Shekhar Kapur was all praises too. 'Satyamev Jayate proves tht TV 2 can b a tool of social change. That some1 has stopped supporting Cola co's n dedicated himself to social issues on TV is reason enuff 2 say #wow2Aamir. Pity that satyamev jayate needs 2 b supported by commercials, something as powerful as this s/b run as public service free by channels,' he updated.
Madhur Bhandarkar wrote: 'Now Television will no longer be called an idiot box,the VISION of Television broadens up with #SatyamevJayate !!!'
Ken Ghosh tweeted: 'Aamir does it again....and this time on TV, Satyamev Jayate touches the heart and opens the eyes to the country around us.'
Preity Zinta too thanked him for taking up a social cause and wrote: 'Watching Aamir Khan on Satyamev Jayate discussing Female Foeticide ! I love this effort from him & thank him as a Woman !'
Image: Aamir Khan
A R Rahman gets an honorary doctorate
Music composer A R Rahman was presented with an honorary doctorate from Miami University on Saturday. He shared a picture of him with the doctorate and also posted a note in which he showed his gratitude.
'Respected President Hodge, Provost Gempesaw, Dean Lentini, Dr Gene Willeke and other dear friends, 25 years ago, I would never have imagined the following:
'The US President and his family sending me personally signed invitations to come over to the White House and following up with Christmas Cards, Getting a visa to come to the US, let alone coming over to share my love and music with Miami University. Getting my first American Honorary Doctorate from Miami of Ohio.
'I cannot believe that it is over ten years since my music and me have been associated with Miami University. I have enjoyed collaborating with your students and faculty and above all, every interaction has allowed for greater understanding, sensitivity and growth. I feel humbled by the fact that so many students here from another culture have made my music part of their lives. Learning from this experience has allowed me to gain considerable confidence in starting my own Western Classical Music Conservatory in India. Above all, there are several Miami students who have come over to assist me in making KM Music Conservatory grow in multiple ways and they have grown themselves learning from our culture back in South India,' he wrote in the note.
Image: A R Rahman