Indian famous TV reality show Satyameva Jayate that focuses on sensitive social issues is likely to be dubbed into Kannada in upcoming days. The show is all set to start it's second season from March 2014.
The first season of Satyameva Jayate had marked the Television debut of Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan. It received positive response from both critics as well as the public. The show was widely appreciated by several film and TV personalities, politicians and social activists for its research, format, presentation and content.
Apart from Kannada first season of Satyameva Jayate was dubbed into several other regional languages of India like Bengali, Malayalam, Marathi, Tamil and Telugu, and subtitled in English. Suvarna Entertainment Channel had also tried to dub the show into Kannada by owning the dubbing rights. However, host Aamir Khan had dropped the proposal of dubbing the show, when he learn't that it would affect the sentiments of Kannadigas.
Amidst the mass protest against dubbing in Sandalwood, few Kannada producers have again expressed their desire to dub the second season of Satyameva Jayate into Kannada. Sources from Gandhinagara has also revealed that the show will be dubbed into Kannada shortly and will be aired in Suvarna Entertainment channel. Continue reading the story on slides...
Anti-Dubbing Movement On Social Networking Sites
Anti-dubbing movement is also making a huge buzz on social networking sites. Already there are few dubbed videos of Aamir Khan's 3 Idiots, which is portraying the adverse effect of dubbing in Kannada.
Huge Protest Against Dubbing
It is still unclear about the show getting dubbed into Kannada as there is a huge protest against the dubbing culture.
Satyameve Jayate In Kannada
Sources also said that Satyameva Jayate has already been dubbed into Kannada, and it is only waiting for the green signal from the authorities.
Satyameva Jayate focuses on many sensitive social issues like female foeticides, child sexual abuse, dowry, medical malpractice, honor killings, insensitivity towards the physically disabled, domestic violence, overuse of pesticides leading to pesticide poisoning, alcoholism, untouchability, plight of senior citizens and water crisis.