Satyamev Jayate was completely a doctored show: Resul Pookutty

On Friday, August 24th, 2012


Amir Khan’s show ‘Satya Meva Jayate’ again in trap!

The very beginning of Amir Khan’s ‘Satyameva Jayate’ has tasted the brutality of stern criticism and at no cost the show is barred from the hungry eye of the critics. Name it bad luck or the evil wallop of time for Mr. Perfectionist, but we deem it just a ‘Failure is the pillar of success’ approach!  We hope you get us!

Initially, we had seen controversy cropping up on the very title of the show complaining that the title track was plagiarized from Euphoria’s decade old tune. Though later it was proven to be a false allegation, soon we saw Amir getting crossed in the controversy of the doctors asking him for an apology and now it’s the turn of the Oscar-winner film sound designer Resul Pookutty, who claims that ‘Satyamev Jayate was completely a doctored show’! Rightly the show is under fire again from his own fraternity this time.

See, what this crew member of ‘Satyamva Jayate’ says! “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,” he said to a leading daily in an interview. That exposes him clearly emphasizing on the doctrine of blackmailing. Right viewers? Then tell us, did you feel something such while watching the show of Amir? Of course we felt not anything such.

However, we know not actually why Pookutty being a crew member of the show brings such an allegation against it. But our question, why had he concealed this truth yet? Hadn’t he exposed it before, in essence when the show was on progress? So that we could have judged the doctrine at least! Or is there any special issue coddled into the affair? Well, it will be well graveled. But, its to be seen, how Mr. Perfectionist reacts to the essence of this claim!  What you think viewers? Will he show any response?

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