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Aamir pledges to help those injured in road mishaps


Mumbai, Oct 12 :

Superstar Aamir Khan, who hosts “Satyamev Jayate” – a show that raises important social issues in the country, has now decided to help those who get injured in road accidents.

Aamir Khan in Satyamev Jayate
Aamir Khan in Satyamev Jayate

The third season of the show is currently on air and an episode on “Road Accidents Or Murders?” was shown.

“I pledge that I will never be a bystander in an accident. will always help the injured immediately no matter what #RoadsOKPlease #MumkinHai,” he tweeted Sunday.

According to the show’s website, on an average, 380 people are killed in road accidents every day in India yet not much is done about it. The episode highlights how a majority of them cannot be dismissed as accidents – in fact, they are murders.

No numerologist’s hand in Raajpal’s name change

Actor Rajpal Yadav, who is now Raajpal Yadav, says he didn’t go to a numerologist to add an extra “a” in his first name.

When asked about the extra “a” added to his name, he said: “I don’t wear a single ring, so it’s not that I consulted a numerologist for this. I have been wanting to add an ‘a’ in my name for a long time. Finally, I managed to do that.”

On the work front, the “Kushti” actor is making his debut in Hollywood with “Bhopal – A Prayer For Rain”.

Now, Farah Khan pays tribute to Michael Jackson

After actors Shahid Kapoor, Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff, it’s now choreographer-director Farah Khan’s turn to pay tribute to the late pop star Michael Jackson.

She had done so through a song from her forthcoming directorial “Happy New Year”.

In the recently unveiled song titled “Nonsense ki night”, the movie’s stars like Shah Rukh Khan and Boman Irani are seen in Jackson’s “Thriller” inspired red pants and red jacket with black design accents and doing signature moves of the pop legend.

“#NonsenseKiNight is also a sort of tribute to my guru MICHAEL JACKSON. check out the thriller inspired costumes n steps,” Farah tweeted Sunday.

The director also revealed that the song is her first “credit as lyric writer”.