good show , but i personally feel , it would be better if you would have taken in or considering common man or middle class people , amy of them are rich or richest in your program . I salute and respect heartily your program
follower of news papers and also news -there is nothing new .Yes he is good actor or say actor so he can attract the public attention .Recently read about the way he and his troops just ignored the queue at Airport at Chennai and just went through as if he was alone traveling - such hypocrites we have plenty in this world and most of them in India - i can only put these people film actors along with politicians and also cricketers past and present -preachers and no practice .Long live India
Re: BEING REGULAR
by Shankar Shankar on Oct 17, 2014 12:10 PM
I also read about the Chennai airport incident.Maybe or maynot be true.Even if he is earning handsomely through this programs we should appreciate that he takes such efforts for social cause.He could have done few ads or a movie and earned more.So lets not criticize fr the sake of saying something. Who else is bothered in such social activities???
Re: BEING REGULAR
by gakkad on Oct 24, 2014 03:49 AM
Man, look everything at whole context. Do not highlight one silly misstep and assassinate someone's character. Stop whining all the time. You pathetic l0s3r.
We are still insensitive to this issue. Everyday we loose hundreds of lives and are not doing anything to prevent it. While lot of changes has been done in advanced countries to prevent this menace our government is doing little and people are sleeping on this issue. Government should make and implement hard rule like 5000 rupee penalty for overspeeding. 2000 penalty for jumping red signal.cancelation of DL for drunk drinving or recless driving.Sorry to say but it is still a matter of pride for us citizens to break traffic rules and get admiration. this culture should stop.
Re: I lost my relative in RTA
by kallol paul on Oct 14, 2014 02:58 AM
Such things are almost a daily thing for regular commuters! Cameras can nail the culprits! Its always better to run in controlled speeds! Less we talk of details better it is! Hardly pedestrians get some respect apart from Puja days!
yes accidents in Indian Highways are murders, made by recklace drivers, majority of drivers are unexperience and drive with out valid and authentic licence. secondly administration must look into it that licence are issued after strict driving test. and commitment on the part of citizens to change and follow the rules.
We all blame the system, government and authorities for failure of law and regulations. In fact who is to be blamed? When helmets were made mandatory, people were complaining and various parties and organizations were supporting these people. If a cop stop a truck driver, next day all trukers will go on strike. Political parties will be all out to support them hoping to get there votes. If the authorities change the bus stop by a few meters, people will complain. So if we expect a change for better, it has to start from the side of people. If we are willing to obey rules and regulations, then automatically bribes will stop or can force to stop.
First of all many indians dont follow traffic rules. Many park their roads on a busy junction. They even cross the zebra marking. Two wheelers are the worst offenders. First of all vehicle owners have to follow the traffic rules. Accidents will automatically fall. Second if any accident or fatalities take place very few people volunteer. One should have a dedicated services to handle these type of cases. The common man does not have time, at the most he can call the police