Aamir Khan's debut TV show Satyamev Jayate has been running into several controversies ever since it was announced. The humanitarian TV show has ended on July 29, but it does not seem to give a break to the controversies. The latest controversial remark is coming from one of its crew member, Resul Pookutty, who claims that it was completely a doctored show.
In an interview with a leading English daily, Resul Pookutty hit out at Satyamev Jayate saying the TV show was completely a doctored show. "A lot of sound post-production work was done on the show. It was treated just like a film. Like how you sound (mixing) is handled in a film so that you can sort of emotionally blackmail audiences. That's what was done with SMJ," the daily quotes him as saying.
However, Resul Pookutty is now working on Tim Sebastian's much-awaited debate series The Outsider, which is being made on the lines of Satyamev Jayate. Talking about this show, he said that it would be at par with international programming. Meanwhile, he added, "We are doing no such manipulation."