Zee News to launch two interactive shows

MUMBAI: Zee News is coming up with two interactive discussion programmes this weekend, Kitna Bole Baba and Main Azaad Hoon.

These programmes will primarily focus on two issues - Have religious gurus become the role models of the society today; and Is the society in Gujarat accepting the liberal women. Viewers can send in their queries through SMS.

The two programmes have been designed in a way to have the highest possible viewer's interactivity. Main Azaad Hoon initiates the discussion on today's liberal attitude of women, whereas it is commoner's increasing dependency on the religious gurus takes the center stage in Kitna Bole Baba.

The programmes are aimed at clarifying the prevailing misconceptions about the issues. Kitna Bole Baba will focus the society's current mindset of making larger than life picture of their religious gurus.

It is going to be a discussion between today's famous gurus and the social scientists with a view to bring a clearer picture of the thought process the gurus put in, while advising their disciples in their day to day affairs. It will be telecast on 23 December at 8 pm.

Main Azaad Hoon will focus on the pragmatic situations, which today's women often find them into. From having a boyfriend to having an extra marital affair, no question is going to be hypothetical, asserts an official release.

The discussion will further cover the morality factor in the women's action from society's viewpoint. Apart from survey and field stories, the guests in the studio will also contribute with their views. Guests would include some social activists, young girls and a psychologist. This will be telecast on 24 December at 8 pm. The survey was conducted in four cities - Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara and Rajkot.

A deep research was conducted, before zeroing down on these topics. The channel has been frequently providing a platform to discuss the important topics, which will pave way to an open-minded society, adds the release.

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