Nikal Pado Re
Jal naa jaaye jal
Bahut Yaad Aate Ho Tum
Chanda Pe Dance
Ghar Yaad Aata Hai Mujhe
O Ri Chiraiya
In the second last episode of Satyamev Jayate, Aamir Khan touched upon a fundamental topic that affects not only India, but governs life itself. Water scarcity has become a reality in India. People especially women have to walk miles to fetch a bucket of water. ‘Water wars’ have become a common occurrence leading to bloodshed and unfortunate deaths. A time is likely to come when our water supply runs out and we will have to buy water at a price similar to fuel.
The social circle was buzzing with discussions on water conservation. #ConserveWater was No. 1 trending topic in India within an hour after the show was aired on Sunday. It continued to trend till the next day morning. Some notable and top retweets around the topic were:
Sona Mohapatra (@sonamohapatra): 600 KMS of 1400 KMs of the Yamuna River has been officially declared dead 0 dissolved Oxygen. Worse than a gutter.#ConserveWater on @smjindia
Kabir Bedi (@iKabirBedi): SALUTE to @smjindia and @aamir_khan for highlighting India's most dangerous problem: WATER, and horribly POLLUTED RIVERS.
Roshan Abbas (@roshanabbas): Fasting with the family n watching #SatyamevJayate ! Ironic that the fast teaches us the value of thing we take for granted as does the show
Shekhar Kapur (@shekharkapur): Throw away an old pair of jeans n u r throwing away 6000 ltrs of water.V need to b less consumptive 2 conserve water
STAR Plus (@StarPlus_India) : Urgent steps should be taken to conserve water, to safeguard our future & well-being,before it's too late.RT & spread the msg #ConserveWater
Water is vital for life, and yet we have been squandering it without thinking and realizing its value. Join the #SatyamevJayate conversation @smjindia and share your thoughts with us now regarding conserving water.
Tune-in to Satyamev Jayate at 11AM on STAR Plus this Sunday for the final episode.