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Sri Adhikari Brothers’ ‘Galti Kiski,’ based on Kiran Bedi’s book, to air on DD

The show will air on DD National from 19 May every day at 1 pm.

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MUMBAI: India’s leading media and entertainment conglomerate Sri Adhikari Brothers is bringing yet another classic hit show, ‘Galti Kiski,’  based on the book ‘What Went Wrong and Why?, written by super cop and lieutenant governor of Puducherry Kiran Bedi. The show will air on Doordarshan National from 19 May every day at 1 pm.

‘Galti Kiski’ is a real-life narrative based on the book ‘What Went Wrong And Why?, written by the super cop Kiran Bedi. It is a unique compendium of real-life first-hand experiences – candid, poignant, touching and thought-provoking – that will compel peopleto sit up and take notice. A true revelation of social and economic maladies that adversely affect the present-day society and the way one can handle such scenarios and a destination for those who sought help in similar matters. It places these realities for greater appreciation by all those who can play a role in preventing such happenings, and defines the duties to do and the responsibilities to accept

SABGROUP patriarch Markand Adhikari said: “In lieu of our commitment to leverage our content library to Doordarshan, we are glad that ‘Galti Kiski’ which featured the super cop Kiran Bedi is going to air on Doordarshan National, We are willing to do whatever it takes to help our nation stay engaged and keep the momentum going during the lockdown."

Kiran Bedi said: ‘’During my journey as an IPS officer and there on, I always observed the rift between people at different stages of life and most of them were due to simple lack of compassion.This book is all about making an attempt at being fair and human. My mission behind Galti Kiski was simply to save the next victim, it wasn’t to gain publicity or popularity but to forewarn people. I am so honoured to have created a televised version of this with Sri Adhikari Brothers and the fact that it is going to be aired again on Doordarshan National during these grim times. It gives people a chance to introspect and rethink life after lockdown and make this society a better place to live in as one.’’

‘What Went Wrong and Why?’ was adapted in a Hindi version for the book with the same title as the show Galti Kiski. 

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