These are brave souls. They should be handsomely compensated. Instead they lose their entire prize money for failing that stupid polygraph test. That lady looked genuine, but the way she was thrown out is bad. Very bad. Has Khandelwal passed all the tests along with Siddharth Basu to cast aspersions on others?
The show " Sach ka Samna" on Star Plus does not match with the Indian culture. Moreover, the so called brave truths, disclosed during the programme by the contestents so far, will only help breaking their families. I am unable to understand why people are taking part in this show voluntarily. This show is not for family viewing. The show must immediately be stopped by Star Plus without any further delay or the Govt. should ban it immediately.
When on one hand the show (being another lift from a successful american concept, when shall we see anything striking yet original on indian screen again except tradition bound tv serials?) tests the strength of charecter and truthfulness of the we indians , on the other hand it throws open the privacy of indivijuals for nationa wide dissection. Is it ethical to 'sell' your personal life for winning prize money?
Re: Sach Ka Saamna
by mg on Jul 16, 2009 01:40 PM
Saach ka samna, is an adaptation of the American game show Moment of Truth, where contestants reveal their deepest secrets on national TV. Star Plus maynot be national TV, still it is a rip off the US show. It dont run more time since it starts by 10.30pm, so should be only 30 minutes show.